Canada-based digital rights advocacy organisation, OpenMedia, has put its support behind Australia’s Digital Rights 2016 campaign.
Just two weeks out from the Victorian election, the Australian Computer Society has called on the major political parties to give greater recognition and support for the state’s digital economy as a driver of economic growth.
The classic argument for the open source philosophy is that of electronic voting. If the process is not understood or transparent then its results cannot be trusted. One Tasmanian lawyer is taking on the Australian Electoral Commission to reveal the source code for Senate vote counting.
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