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Australia’s un-doing of voter intimidation
Thu 14 Aug 2014
Swinburne Associate Professor of Design Anthropology Elizabeth Dori Tunstall reflects upon the role of Australia in America’s democracy'.
And the rest say “no”
Fri 18 Jul 2014
There’s a pattern to the success of attempts to change the Australian constitution, writes Swinburne's Peter Brent.
Smartphones and metadata – a question of privacy
Wed 09 Jul 2014
With the proliferation of smartphones, the amount and type of metadata has increased dramatically. Swinburne's Philip Branch explains the privacy consequenc
What the police can get from mobile phone tower data
Mon 07 Jul 2014
Should revelations that Australian police have been accessing data from mobile phone towers be cause for concern?
Aussies are still paying over the odds and it's time for ACCC action
Mon 16 Jun 2014
Australians are still paying far too much for downloadable movies and video games, says Swinburne Research Fellow Angela Daly.
Every law not based on wisdom is a menace to the state
Wed 12 Mar 2014
Swinburne Adjunct Fellow Peter Mares explores the United States prison system.
Violence and mental illness: harsh reality demands sensitive answers
Fri 21 Feb 2014
The relationship between violence and mental illness is a contentious issue, write Swinburne forensic academics Rosemary Purcell and James Ogloff.