Writers, I think, are inherently hyperactive. Hyperactive with a splash of the neurotics. Those who aren’t writers will […]
Why Dystopian? It’s a question I’m inevitably asked when discussing my books and essays. My short answer is: […]
In pursuit of information relating to a leak of confidential police information, the Australian Federal Police have illegally accessed a journalist’s call charge records and telecommunications metadata – and the contents of the calls without a warrant. The Commissioner dismissed press freedom concerns and called it “human error.”
Bloomberg has perpetuated the myth that Anonymous is a criminal element that must be shut down at all costs – even if means reporting unsubstantiated facts.
Despite the federal government promising that more broadly-reaching law enforcement agencies in Canada are not currently spying on the press, the guarantee is hardly comforting.
A Police State may be on the horizons, and here’s why.
Facebook has been in the censorship news again. This time with former employees coming forward to confirm that […]
Any journalist worth their salt understands the risks that go along with investigative reporting. Any journalist who doesn’t […]
Minority Report’s Pre-Crime is no longer a work of fiction. The Communist Party in China are working closely […]