Cars can collect data via cameras, microphones, sensors, and connected phones and apps. Our privacy laws need urgent reform if these data are to be kept safe.
When economists model climate impacts, they look to what past weather shocks have done to the economy. But this does not remotely capture what climate change could do.
The way banks calculate interest means that Australian borrowers who sign up to pay 5.95% per annum pay something closer to 6.11%.
UNSW Business School experts explain the psychological factors that cause people to fall victim to scams – and what protection can be offered.
From a legal standpoint, there is a difference between a state and a territory, and for some that justifies giving territory voters less say.
Companies may be monitoring their employees working remotely, raising questions about the ethics and legality of surveillance.
A Voice to Parliament would advise the “executive government” – that is, ministers and the public service – on issues that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The “yes” and “no” cases have outlined their arguments to be sent out to Australian voters. Here, legal experts examine the claims by both sides to see if they stack up.
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child has released a statement on the responsibilities of governments to reduce harm from climate change. Here’s what’s in it for Australia.
Filing tax returns can lead to a tax refund – but due to changes in tax laws this year, your refund might be smaller than anticipated.