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Online Privacy

“I will be calling on Australians to do it, frankly, as a matter of national service," the country's prime minister said of the effort to rein in the coronavirus.
There's almost nothing you can do to get a fake sex tape of yourself taken offline.
When it comes to your personal information online, there's no such thing as "delete."
Facebook admitted on Wednesday that data from up to 87 million users may have been improperly shared with political research
In the fight against other forms of revenge porn, legislation has been slow, but strides have been made.
A look back at some of this year’s more notable data breaches.
Yes your boss can probably still see your browsing history.
But Facebook isn’t legally responsible for the fake news that appears on its site. The Communications Decency Act of 1996
The best way to figure out exactly what Facebook is and does is to launch a public investigation, argues Matt Stoller, a
A lack of trust in the processes around sharing data in Australia is stifling the use of this resource.