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Protect your content

The recent cyber attack on the Australian Defence Force shows that hactivists are targeting online content to make their mark.

Meet the misogynists

There’s much to like in the world of online content. But sadly, there’s also much to despise While the Internet is a breeding ground for baby millionaires and world-changing innovation, it is also a breeding ground for bottom-feeding scumbags who –...

Wonderful world

With Christmas fast approaching, online content can remind us of all the good out there… The fact is, Big Brother IS watching us. We’re reminded daily that our actions are being monitored, but all too often that reminder is one that makes us...

The YouTube revolution

YouTube is changing the way television works – and is well placed to become the ultimate content provider In just 11 years, YouTube has gone from novelty video-sharing site to serious media player. Not content with establishing itself as a...

Tell us a story…

The accessibility of online content makes this a golden age for writers Make no mistake, we are living in a golden age for writers. Not in the hazy, wine-soaked way that the ’50s were for the Beat Generation, or in the sharp, uncomfortable way that...

The content liability

Can the law keep up with the evolution of search, social media and online content? Trolls have been all over the Australian news recently, with high-profile rugby league player Robbie Farah and television personality Charlotte Dawson feeling the...

The future of online content

Old technology is changing the face of content – across a variety of fields When it comes to online content, video is on the verge of winning the relevance race. Sure, some might say it’s not a competition, that traditional media can co-exist with...

Apple of their eye

This content formula may be a little tired, but it’s certainly timely… With the upcoming launch of the iPhone 5, Apple mania has reached fever pitch. There’ll be lines for blocks, people in brawls and one or two teens may even sell their kidneys to...

The content impact

New survey reveals how online content delivered via the Internet improves people’s lives A global survey launched by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, reveals that the Internet – and online content – can and has had a positive...

Trapping the zeitgeist

Why K-Pop is the coolest thing in online and social media content For some time now, Korean Pop music (or K-Pop for short) has been making its way colourfully, bizarrely and oh-so-entertainingly into our collective consciousness. Interestingly, the...