The use of military grade spyware by Australian government departments means our most personal data stored on our mobile phones – from financial details, contacts, and private photos, to an archive of messages and movements – is no longer secret.
ANTONY LOEWENSTEIN is co-editor of DECLASSIFIED AUSTRALIA, and an independent journalist, author and film-maker who has written for the Guardian, New York Times and many others. His books include Disaster Capitalism: Making A Killing Out Of Catastrophe and Pills, Powder and Smoke: Inside The Bloody War On Drugs
GREEN ENERGY’S DOWN SIDE
Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is looking to develop a ‘green energy’ mega project in Africa – but at what cost?
TWIGGY’S AFGHAN MINERAL COUP
The ‘deal of the century’ for the exploitation of Afghanistan’s resource treasure trove has disappeared in a puff of smoke.
WHERE THE BLOODY HELL ARE YOU FROM?
Australia’s refugee intake shows a clear disparity between Afghan and Ukrainian refugees.
Will the Australian election see an end to the great Australian silence on Palestine?
ON FREE SPEECH – A COMMENTARY
It’s not good enough to be in favour of ‘free speech’ only when we agree with it.
AUSTRALIA’S FAILED RESOURCE GRAB IN AFGHANISTAN
Mystery surrounds how an Australian mining company sought to access Afghanistan’s $3-trillion treasure house of untapped minerals.
HOLIDAY SEASON BOOKS & FILMS, JUST FOR YOU
A little reading, a little viewing
PARTNERS IN CRIMES?
The UK/Australia special relationship