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HV McKay Lecture delivered by Robert Bryce - 9 September 2014


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Abbott government's copyright proposal is an internet filter by another name

MEDIA RELEASE | Simon Breheny

"The Abbott government's proposal to crack down on online copyright infringement will result in the implementation of a new mandatory internet filter that threatens free speech and digital liberty," said Simon Breheny, director of the Legal Rights...

Submission to Australian government Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper

SUBMISSION | Chris Berg and Simon Breheny

The Coalition's proposed copyright regime will do little to prevent copyright infringement, have an unacceptable impact on freedom of speech, increase uncertainties of copyright law, give the government the power to create new copyright frameworks...

Section 18c, We Will Continue Fighting - The Australian


If you missed the IPA's full page statement on section 18C in The Australian on Friday, 8 August, you can see the final print version here. Thank you to the 501 IPA members and donors who together contributed $60,294 to make the ad possible.

Public broadcaster or green activist? How the ABC spins Australias energy choices


The ABC has a persistent and systemic left wing bias in its coverage of contemporary Australian political issues. This report marks the first time that a comprehensive, independent and scientific assessment of ABC bias has been undertaken.

Independent report reveals ABC biased against fossil fuels

MEDIA RELEASE | James Paterson

"As a taxpayer-funded broadcaster, the ABC is required to be impartial, balanced and objective. The ABC's coverage of energy policy issues fails that test. Independent analysis commissioned by the Institute of Public Affairs reveals that the ABC...

Mandatory internet data retention treats all Australians like criminals: IPA


"The federal government's proposed mandatory data retention scheme will be repressive and expensive. It is a fundamental threat to all Australians' privacy and online freedoms," said Chris Berg, policy director of the free market think tank, the...

Coalition failure to restore free speech


"The Coalition's failure to fulfil its promise to restore free speech in Australia by repealing section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act is incredibly disappointing," said John Roskam, Executive Director of the free market think tank the...

Coalition's cyber-bullying commissioner a threat to free speech


"The Coalition government's proposed Children's eSafety Commissioner is a threat to freedom of speech and entirely counter to the government's ‘Freedom Agenda'," said Chris Berg, Policy Director at free market think tank the Institute of...

A social problem, not a technological problem: Bullying, cyberbullying and public policy

SUBMISSION | Chris Berg and Simon Breheny

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