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Jun 1, 2020 • 15m 17s

The screens that ate school

Big Tech has become an integral part of education. But there are questions over how much private companies are influencing curricula and what data they are collecting.

Dec 11, 2019 • 13m 41s

The big wedge (Or: How Murdoch lobbies government)

Following an inquiry into digital platforms, the government finds itself wedged between News Corp and the tech giants. Both sides are lobbying heavily.

Aug 15, 2019 • 16m11s

Sperm in the time of Facebook

A strict legal framework means there is a shortage of sperm donors across Australia. But online there is a huge and unregulated market of people willing to donate.

Jul 2, 2019 • 13m52s

Mine on the moon

The discovery of water ice on the moon has started a new space race – and opened a legal frontier in which Australia has a unique role.

Jun 12, 2019 • 14m40s

Breaking up big tech

Once a radical thought, the idea of breaking up tech giants to help regulate them is gaining traction with politicians and tech entrepreneurs.

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338: Scott Morrison’s Labor obsession