Jan 26, 2020
53 organisations are trying to end Android’s pre-installed mobile applications.
Australia and the social credit ‘experiment’
Jan 11, 2020
Having “nothing to hide” can still cost you – eventually Friends, Australians, Countrymen, lend me your fears. And beware of doing anything wrong, it might ruin your life.
Shedding light on the darknet
Dec 29, 2019
The internet’s underbelly is much more than just fire and brimstone.
Window-dressing the backdoor
Dec 29, 2019
Government’s half-baked cyber security crackdown tiptoes in the right direction.
The anti-encryption legislation joke is still doing the rounds – one year on
Dec 07, 2019
Downunder, encryption-related friction is rife as the government continues to willingly erode its citizen’s right to private communication – and do so with a smile.
More than ever, acquiring a VPN is Very Pressing Now
Nov 25, 2019
I love a sunburnt country, A land of sweeping access to data Protecting our personal data from prying eyes is fast becoming a must for all Australians. Over recent years, The Australian Government have taken a series of steps to expand the boundaries of the…
Taking off your Google-coloured glasses
Sep 30, 2019
Today, the greatest and most effective salesman is not the magazine, the billboard, the television or even the internet. It’s your own mind.
NCrypt Cellular offers data protection for everyone with /e/, the Google-free Android mobile ecosystem
Aug 10, 2019
Privacy protection is once again in the spotlight as /e/, the privacy by design mobile ecosystem has, partnered with Australian encryption specialists NCrypt Cellular to provide customers with open source Google free products.
May 16, 2019
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, androids were heroes in the battle for good against the might of an evil empire
The Terror Game – Control Through Fear
Apr 17, 2019
Legislative shortcuts means we’re short-changed on due process Australia has yet again succumbed to a blind rush to legislate in the wake of the atrocities committed in Christchurch on March 15th The Unlawful Showing of Abhorrent Violent Material Bill 2019 has been loosely characterised as a crackdown on social media in response to live streamed footage from the perpetrator which was subsequently shared by other online users.