Google has announced a number of new services in a targeted effort to protect news organisations and human rights groups from cyber effects and, more broadly, 'free expression' on the Internet.
Online storage leader Dropbox has joined fellow tech companies Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Facebook in requesting permission to publish details of data requests they have received from the US government.
Just months after Australia introduced an R18+ rating for videogames, South Australia's Attorney-General has reopened the debate around the classification rules, citing excessive violence and sexual content.
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