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In 1951, science fiction writer C M Kornbluth, wrote a novel about a dystopic future where Earth is populated by 5 billion morons with an…
Every time I watch another large corporation send highly skilled jobs offshore while crying “skills shortage” out of the other side of its mouth, I…
Monday, 17 June 2013 22:26

Has 1984 finally arrived?

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The revelations of the PRISM electronic surveillance program conducted by the US National Security Agency (NSA) have sparked a wave of paranoia that we are…
And then there were four. While the names Manning, Assange and Snowden are raising hackles in political power circles, Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is having…
The revelation of PRISM – and the suggestion that it may employ the services of our favourite global tech giants to keep tabs on non-US…
Everyone knows the old saying that ends with “you can’t fool all of the people all of the time”. However, in the USA apparently you…
First we had Bradley Manning, then Julian Assange and now we have Ed Snowden. All these young, intelligent, idealistic, truth-seeking, technologically proficient whistleblowers are being…
With an election just three months away, the issue of 457 visas and replacing local jobs with foreign workers has raised its ugly head once…
I am now three months into my second tablet, a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, and after using both iOS and Android extensively I have come…
Once called the most incompetent Telecommunications Minister ever to hold the office by iiNet chief executive Michael Malone, Senator Stephen Conroy is once again in…

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