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Who’s Guilty?

With the rapid evolution of technology, Australian Copyright law is becoming increasingly scrutinised as outdated. In February 2010, AFACT (Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft) embarked on a mission to create a precedent case which would attempt to create rigid copyright legislation prohibiting the use of internet file sharing. Targeting the Internet Service Provider, iiNet, AFACT … Continue reading

The Propagation of Propaganda

Stemming from the Latin derivative “to propagate”, propaganda has altered its meaning over the course of history. Still widely debated amongst academics, politicians and media, propaganda can be loosely defined as biased information designed to shape public opinion and behaviour.  Propaganda was first used in the 17th century by the Catholic Church, with the introduction of … Continue reading

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