The Royal Commission has struck, stripping back the long-held traditions that have been used by some to cover up sexual wrongdoing.
With the general populace now surveyed and the answer obvious, the obvious question remains. What now?
For the most part, we Australians are respectful to other cultures when travelling overseas. That being said, there are exceptions. Many violent exceptions.
With the Australian government considering legislation to protect our household devices from being hacked, are they being paranoid or smart?
Now that the gavel has fallen on Cassie Sainsbury, questions remain. How did she get off so lightly, and how does her sentence measure against fellow Australians on trial?
After a shopping centre empire decided to roll out facial recognition tech to monitor our shopping patterns and moods, we’re wondering if they’ve gone too far.
After two mums escaped adequate punishment for their reprehensible acts, the Internet quickly massed together to see justice done. But will it have any effect?
The humble smartphone is the latest weapon responsible for the surge in cyberstalking cases, but it is also one of the greatest tools to combat it.
We know the horror stories. Cyberbullying, body shaming, grooming. But which platform presents the most danger to our kids?
Facebook has patented technology to read your emotions to tailor content and user experience, and even turn us into emoji. But what lies underneath?
While mortgage stress is a brutal reality of life in the ‘burbs, another beast lurks around the corner: the humble local council. They are well within their rights to sell your house if you don’t pay up.
A worldwide study has revealed a spike in mental health issues, perhaps emboldened by a clearer grasp of the future that the information age gives our kids.
After his neighbours refused to install frosted windows, a suburbanite decided to go entirely naked to prove his point. That his privacy is what he treasured above everything. Right.
According to studies, an increase in testosterone and metabolic “fight or flight” changes indicate a possible link between violent crime and rising temperatures.
In response to a quote from a business he thought was unreasonable, a customer took to Google to leave a negative review, and it’s snowballed all the way to the Supreme Court.
If you cancel a stolen credit card, you’ll be fine, right? Well, according to one endeavouring thief, not so much.
Under new rules for L and P-plate drivers, mobile phones cannot be used for text, navigation apps or even streaming music in hands-free mode.
The man who took advantage of a $2 million dollar banking error in his account has been found not guilty of fraud on appeal.
The government is proposing laws to revoke passports of child sex offenders. Is this the right move or does it stigmatise those who have “served their time”?
Australia is ahead of the curb in the trend of microchipping citizens. Convenient? Yes. Invasive? Potentially. Today, a look at the ethics and tech surrounding the current craze.
With increased connectivity, parenting has become a greater challenge. One must keep an eye on what our children share online, and it starts with the humble profile picture.