The robodebt royal commission provided the big story to finish the week, but there’s also new guidelines for generative AI in government, drone security concerns, and a bunch more.Continue reading “Digital developments from Canberra 43”
This morning Parliament wrapped up for 2022, and a whole bunch of important things happened â€” including the passing of legislation for the National Anti-Corruption Commission and bigger data breach penalties, and an interesting selection of new bills.Continue reading “Digital developments from Canberra 16”
Parliament sat Monday through Thursday this week, with the Senate also sitting on Friday. The National Anti-Corruption Commission legislation trundles along, we find out just how dodgy Scott Morrison’s ministerial appointments were, and much more.Continue reading “Digital developments from Canberra 15”
This week we finally saw the legislation for the national anti-corruption commission, the robodebt royal commission kicked off, and there was much more â€” including some public consultations of note.Continue reading “Digital developments from Canberra 7”
Australian author and reprobate John Birmingham joins me yet again for another conversation about everything from journalism to turnips. In fact, journalism and turnips. Yes, it’s another episode of the Spring Series 2021.Continue reading “The 9pm Bludger’s Art of Lying with John Birmingham”
Ah, 2017. A year when too much politics is not enough. What a year in Australia. What a year in the world.
For the penultimate episode of this podcast for 2017, join us for this live and extremely wonkish conversation from the wilds of suburban Sydney with two smart and informed panellists.Continue reading “The 9pm Public House Forum 5”