Safe technology activists and local residents have been gathering in a show of strength at Suffolk Park to peacefully oppose Telstra’s attempt at upgrading a 5G tower.
Northern Rivers for Safe Technology members say Byron Bay is widely regarded as an anti-5G stronghold and the community would do everything in its power to keep it that way.
UK: A new survey has revealed that quarter of work devices are also used by children for home-use purposes, despite a number of cybersecurity concerns.
Device sharing may leave workers vulnerable to cyberattacks, as the blurring between personal and work use results in inadequate security provisions.
New South Wales Transport Minister, Andrew Constance, has announced a very ambitious target – for every car, bus and truck throughout the state to become electric.
Could this be yet another stepping stone towards the Agenda 2030 driverless vehicle vision?
George Orwell’s dystopian vision of the world in Nineteen Eighty-Four “could come to pass in 2024” if artificial intelligence is not better regulated, the President of Microsoft has warned.
A new documentary shines light on the dark side of artificial intelligence in the modern world and calls on authorities to enact stricter laws to govern AI.
In the years since September 11th, Australia has experienced significant shifts in traditional legal frameworks, with ‘hyper-legislative’ responses to the ‘war on terror’ only the beginning.
Through the interplay between law and order policy platforms, our country has witnessed a multi-dimensional normalisation of mass surveillance in new contexts.