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The Australian Law Reform Commission recommends new laws to cover serious invasion of privacy, but the current Attorney-General, Senator George Brandis, doesn’t support the idea.

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In the wake of Nic Cubrilovic’s revelations about the suspicious behavior of Facebook cookies, the social networking site has been hit by lawsuit after lawsuit, all accusing the site of ‘violating wire tap laws’. To date, the number of suits related to the cookie issue amounts to five in total, three of which were filed […]

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A survey conducted by the Associate Press-MTV revealed that 3 out of 10 teens and young adults have had their social networking accounts subjected to unauthorized access – usually by friends or by people they know personally. They queried a total of 1,335 participants between the ages 14 and 24 about the matter, revealing some […]

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