CeBIT has permitted the exploitation of pornographic imagery and the ongoing offence of female ICT professionals
Major Australian ISP iiNet uses account holder passwords as a means of identification (it’s even on their web page: http://www.iinet.net.au/customers/iinews/news_1106.html). Continue reading
It is encouraging to see the ways in which the Australian Public Service (APS) is seeking to reinvent itself in Continue reading
If you are using Internet Explorer 6 to view this site, I’ll spare you the pop-up code telling you how outdated your browser is, but I must implore you to stop, download a current browser, and do the internet a favour!
The second Edge of the Web (EOTW) conference is due to run again this year in Perth, from November 4 Continue reading
Congratulations to Craig Thomler on his nomination for ‘Top 10 who are changing the world of internet and politics’. Craig Continue reading
To respond to it therefore within the bulk-standard Tweet of 140 characters seems trite, an offense to the gravity of the event or the final emotions of Neda and her family, friends, and community.
The case of the UK of the police officer who was disciplined for maintaining an anonymous blog has dark overtones for all public sector employees