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Osman Faruqi defamation claim against Mark Latham is not about anti-white racism
Faruqi isn't suing Latham for accusations of anti-white racism - he claims that Latham suggests he encourages terrorism.
Australia
24 Nov 2017
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President Trump sued for blocking dissenting Twitter accounts – free speech irony alert
The blocked Twitter users have decided to sue President Trump under the US First Amendment free speech protections.
Australia
21 Jul 2017
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Hinch in the Senate: what can you report about parliamentary proceedings?
Hinch used his first Senate speech to name 5 paedophiles whose identities are the subject of court suppression orders.
Australia
25 Sep 2016
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I'm not racist, but… Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act – not an argument worth having
Repealing section 18C will not stop racial harassment, but you still must be accurate, reasonable and act in good faith.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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US judge orders Apple to break iPhone security to thwart terrorism
In the wake of the San Bernadino terror attacks, a US court has ordered that Apple build a backdoor into the iPhone.
Australia
29 Feb 2016
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The clear and present danger to freedom of the press
The Government is trying to sneak in a law to prevent journalists from reporting on leaks about intelligence operations.
Australia
9 Sep 2014
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Competition and Consumer Act reform unlikely to gag environmentalists
The government wants to hold environmentalists accountable for their claims when protesting against corporate conduct.
Australia
13 Apr 2014
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