Smart cities present a formidable challenge to democracy since they employ a host of technologies that can be used inappropriately, jeopardizing basic civil liberties and political […]
There has been a global shift away from community towards individualism. What does this mean for international law, the obligations to protect and democratic resilience now […]
Data breaches are becoming increasingly frequent and can involve the information of millions of Australians. Does Australian law say enough about how information should be protected? […]
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Article by Sian Troath, Jeff Bleich Centre Research Lead (Trust), published by the Lowy Institute.
Author: Zac Rogers In 1995, John Gray wrote “The cultural void that yawns when the secular meliorism of the religion of growth founders is as […]
Author: Emily Bienvenue, Maryanne Kelton, Zac Rogers Influence operations in the digital age are not merely propaganda with new tools. They represent an evolved form […]
Author: Zac Rogers The digital age means we increasingly carry out the minutia of our daily lives in a type of hyper-Benthian attention harvesting behavioural […]