Organisers of the security conference Infiltrate are reportedly not allowing journalists to attend this year, though it is understood that there has been no such ban in the past.
The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance, the union for journalists in Australia, does not appear to have anything to say about the plight of WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange who has been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for nearly six years and faces imminent expulsion.
As an industry, we focus on the latest and greatest hacks, intrusions, tools and techniques. But in doing so, are we neglecting the biggest audience for our advice?
Indeed, very sad to see. Political infighting may not have been the initial reason I eschewed the ACS and joined[…]
Couldn't agree more. If the current members of the ACS Management Committee really want to run something other than a[…]
Excellent article Sam.Why should we be surprised by these lies on Huawei purely as an anti-competitive US cartel tactic -[…]
+1Whilst I'd definitely prefer to be in Australia rather than China or the US, the mainstream media landscape in Australia[…]
Great article, Phil Dawson has real world experience and an awsome track record. His opinion is always spot on