A former operations manager at Facebook says the social media giant has exhibited a lax attitude towards self-regulation in the past and needs to be regulated by an external entity.
Secure Logic, a company in Sydney that has been involved in organising the iVote system used in NSW elections since 2011, says the process of extending electronic voting to the federal level would not be overly problematic and would result in a great deal of savings, apart from providing as much, if not better, security as the current system does.
A UK court’s refusal to overturn a request for the blocking of sites in the country dealing in counterfeit luxury products has prompted Internet Australia to repeat its call for the repeal of Australia’s Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015 — the so-called site-blocking law 2015 — passed by federal parliament in the middle of last year.
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