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Coalition backbench dissent brewing over ABC's inclusion in media code

Coalition backbench dissent brewing over ABC's inclusion in media code

The government is considering including the ABC and SBS in its media bargaining code, risking dissent among backbenchers to help the legislation pass.

  • by Lisa Visentin and Zoe Samios

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Twitter, Facebook transferring @POTUS accounts to Biden on inauguration day

Twitter, Facebook transferring @POTUS accounts to Biden on inauguration day

Facebook expects a "seamless" transition of the relevant Facebook and Instagram accounts to the new administration, the company said.

  • by Taylor Telford
Online privacy and safety are not mutually exclusive
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Online privacy and safety are not mutually exclusive

The challenge for big tech businesses such as Facebook is to protect their customers' privacy while not providing camouflage for bad actors.

  • by Mia Garlick
Facebook apologises for misleading advertisers

Facebook apologises for misleading advertisers

The social media giant has been forced to offer free 'credits' to Australian advertising clients after feeding them faulty data for more than a year.

  • by Zoe Samios
Great Reset or grating global conspiracy theory? Either way, don't dismiss genuine anxiety

Great Reset or grating global conspiracy theory? Either way, don't dismiss genuine anxiety

The World Economic Forum has championed a post-COVID vision for a better world: The Great Reset. Or is it just powerful globalists seizing control?

  • by Parnell Palme McGuinness
Why it's easy to hate Facebook but hard to leave

Why it's easy to hate Facebook but hard to leave

Leaving the social network has been a rallying cry for years, but the company's Groups feature makes it difficult for many people to say goodbye.

  • by Heather Kelly
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Google and Facebook rejected 1 in 5 data requests from law enforcement in 2019

Google and Facebook rejected 1 in 5 data requests from law enforcement in 2019

The tech giants defended their data disclosure practices at parliamentary hearing on Tuesday.

  • by Lisa Visentin
Government forces tech giants, media companies to sign NDAs

Government forces tech giants, media companies to sign NDAs

The federal government has requested the tech giants and media companies sign non-disclosure agreements as it prepares to table a news media bargaining code in parliament before the end of the year.

  • by Zoe Samios
Zuckerberg defends not suspending ex-Trump aide Bannon from Facebook: recording

Zuckerberg defends not suspending ex-Trump aide Bannon from Facebook: recording

Former Trump White House adviser Steve Bannon urged beheading FBI Director Christopher Wray and government infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci.

'There are no winners': victim's mum hugged Mathew Flame after fatal bashing verdict
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'There are no winners': victim's mum hugged Mathew Flame after fatal bashing verdict

Lindy Anderson approached her son's killer and simply embraced him after a manslaughter verdict was given in the Sydney courtroom.

  • by Georgina Mitchell
Facebook extends post-election ban on political ads for another month

Facebook extends post-election ban on political ads for another month

Baseless claims about the election reverberated around social media this week as President Donald Trump continued to challenge the validity of the outcome.

  • by Elizabeth Culliford and Katie Paul