Every time an act of terrorism is committed, there is an outcry about encryption. This time, following the UK incident last week, is no different with some publications bringing WhatsApp into the picture.
Horse racing fans who follow links on Google looking for Melbourne Cup news on Fairfax websites this year will be directed to the site of the Sydney Morning Herald, and not The Age, despite the fact that the race is arguably Melbourne's biggest sporting event.
Melbourne tabloid The Age has blamed technology for the paper having published an advertisement on Monday, from a sponsor of the Western Bulldogs, commiserating with the club on its "grand final loss", despite the fact that the Dogs had won.
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