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New legislation makes Uber legal in ACT
By Allison Orr - 20 November, 2015

Hacker group Anonymous takes on ISIS
By Allison Orr - 19 November, 2015

New Report: Internet Access in Australia
By Allison Orr - 12 November, 2015

Dictionary.com: 20 words that mean something different than they did 20 years ago
By Allison Orr - 17 October, 2015

New NBN roll-out plan announced
By Allison Orr - 15 October, 2015

New metadata laws come into force, but we’re not ready
By Allison Orr - 13 October, 2015

Is streaming reducing piracy in Australia?
By Allison Orr - 06 September, 2015

Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIAs)
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2015

2015 Global Internet Report
By Allison Orr - 28 August, 2015

Federal Court pushes back on DBC owners
By Allison Orr - 11 August, 2015

Google announces name change
By Allison Orr - 10 August, 2015

Facebook to partner with Fox News to host first Republican debate in US
By Allison Orr - 06 August, 2015

New Report: Australian Cyber Security Centre: 2015 Threat Report
By Allison Orr - 29 July, 2015

New Report: Digital Australia: State of the Nation
By Allison Orr - 12 July, 2015

New head of the Digital Transformation Office announced
By Allison Orr - 08 July, 2015

Site-blocking legislation passed
By Allison Orr - 23 June, 2015

More on Dallas Buyers Club Ruling
By Allison Orr - 19 June, 2015

Changes at Twitter
By Allison Orr - 15 June, 2015

Pew Research: GenY get most news from Facebook
By Allison Orr - 13 June, 2015

Book Review: So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed
By Allison Orr - 12 June, 2015

The UK General Election and the Internet
By Allison Orr - 31 May, 2015

Can Internet-based apps save our democracy?
By Allison Orr - 23 May, 2015

US Presidential candidates reaching out to youngsters online
By Allison Orr - 22 May, 2015

Sharing the Success of the Digital Economy, new report
By Allison Orr - 17 May, 2015

$95m for the Digital Transformation Office in the 2015 Budget
By Allison Orr - 14 May, 2015

Digital Disruption and the workforce
By Allison Orr - 06 May, 2015

Hilary Clinton launches Presidential bid via email & online video
By Allison Orr - 23 April, 2015

A snapshot of Internet users in Australia
By Allison Orr - 03 February, 2015

The Dallas Buyers Club Ruling – what’s it all about…?
By Allison Orr - 22 April, 2013

Establishment of the Digital Transformation office
By Allison Orr - 12 April, 2013

Congress defers vote on IP laws
By Allison Orr - 22 December, 2011

New NBN Education Portal
By Allison Orr - 22 December, 2011

Convergence Review proposes new media regulator
By Allison Orr - 22 December, 2011

ABS statistics show income and education level still factors in Internet access
By Allison Orr - 21 December, 2011

Young people apathetic to Internet piracy
By Allison Orr - 15 December, 2011

Investigation into social media use during 2011 natural disasters in Queensland
By Allison Orr - 15 December, 2011

The Web takes to the skies
By Allison Orr - 15 December, 2011

New reports from the Communications Policy and Research Forum
By Allison Orr - 12 December, 2011

New UN Report: Internet Governance: Creating Opportunities for All
By Allison Orr - 12 December, 2011

Productivity Commission finds NBN anti-competitive
By Allison Orr - 12 December, 2011

The foibles of the epetition system in the UK
By Allison Orr - 24 November, 2011

UNDP financial data now available online
By Allison Orr - 24 November, 2011

Qantas’s Twitterstorm
By Allison Orr - 24 November, 2011

Risks and safety for Australian children on the internet
By Allison Orr - 20 November, 2011

Google slams proposed IP laws in US as censorship
By Allison Orr - 20 November, 2011

New Report: A fair go for all in the digital era
By Allison Orr - 19 November, 2011

NBN Co awards millions in contracts
By Allison Orr - 19 November, 2011

Mobile commerce up 430 per cent, says PayPal
By Allison Orr - 16 November, 2011

China tightens social media controls
By Allison Orr - 27 October, 2011

Google shuts down some products, Streetview goes indoors
By Allison Orr - 27 October, 2011

UK ISPs to filter Internet
By Allison Orr - 26 October, 2011

WikiLeaks to suspend publishing
By Allison Orr - 26 October, 2011

Telstra signs on to the NBN
By Allison Orr - 18 October, 2011

Australian and New Zealand Internet Awards
By Allison Orr - 18 October, 2011

ACCC vs Google
By Allison Orr - 18 October, 2011

Mobile wireless outnumbers DSL connections in Australia
By Allison Orr - 09 October, 2011

Social Media and Dynamics of Collective Action under Authoritarian Regimes
By Allison Orr - 09 October, 2011

f8 and Facebook timeline
By Allison Orr - 05 October, 2011

Increasing broadband speed increases GDP
By Allison Orr - 05 October, 2011

New Report: Australians and Password Security
By Allison Orr - 05 October, 2011

New Report: Older Australians and the Internet
By Allison Orr - 05 October, 2011

Australia launches broadband applications laboratory
By Allison Orr - 02 October, 2011

US companies too compliant to Chinese censorship demands
By Allison Orr - 02 October, 2011

First report on the rollout of the National Broadband Network
By Allison Orr - 01 October, 2011

Mike Quigley talks about the NBN
By Allison Orr - 01 October, 2011

Australia 9th in digital economy ranking
By Allison Orr - 25 November, 2010

New Report: Transparency and Accountability at ICANN
By Allison Orr - 25 November, 2010

Google Maps error leads to invasion
By Allison Orr - 24 November, 2010

Internet Governance Forum 2011
By Allison Orr - 05 October, 2010

Online Youth Participation Project, NSW
By Allison Orr - 14 March, 2010

New ACMA Report: Online risk and safety in the digital economy
By Allison Orr - 13 March, 2010

New Report: Next Generation Connectivity
By Allison Orr - 13 March, 2010

Google launches new social networking site
By Allison Orr - 13 March, 2010

iiNet not liable for copyright theft
By Allison Orr - 10 March, 2010

SA Govt backdown on new Internet law
By Allison Orr - 03 February, 2010

New book: eGovernment of Tomorrow
By Allison Orr - 28 January, 2010

The Great Australian Internet Blackout
By Allison Orr - 28 January, 2010

Government launches controversial schools website
By Allison Orr - 28 January, 2010

Google vs China
By Allison Orr - 25 January, 2010

Hillary Clinton: Internet 'new nervous system for the planet'
By Allison Orr - 25 January, 2010

Sidewiki: New web commenting tool from Google
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2009

New trial shows filtering works
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2009

New ACMA teaching resource on Cyberbullying
By Allison Orr - 01 October, 2009

Australia 13th in global broadband study
By Allison Orr - 01 October, 2009

New 'anti-Internet censorship' party for Australia
By Allison Orr - 01 October, 2009

New Report: Australian ICT Statistical Compendium
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2009

China makes web filtering optional
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2009

No trademark for 'tweet'
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2009

NBN Board Appointees annouced
By Allison Orr - 03 September, 2009

New Report: Internet filtering in the Middle East and North Africa
By Allison Orr - 03 September, 2009

New Report: OECD Communications Outlook 2009
By Allison Orr - 03 September, 2009

YouTube to offer revenue share for 'viral' videos
By Allison Orr - 31 August, 2009

Web 2.0: five years on
By Allison Orr - 31 August, 2009

New e-Book: Learing From Obama
By Allison Orr - 31 August, 2009

Government appoints head of National Broadband Network company
By Allison Orr - 05 August, 2009

Yahoo and Microsoft join forces to take on Google
By Allison Orr - 05 August, 2009

Updated Web Stats
By Allison Orr - 05 August, 2009

New ACMA Report: Young Australians’ Use of Online Social Media
By Allison Orr - 05 August, 2009

Government 2.0 Taskforce in launched
By Allison Orr - 10 July, 2009

New magazine for eDemocracy
By Allison Orr - 15 June, 2009

Nominate the Top 10 Who are Changing the World of Internet and Politics
By Allison Orr - 15 June, 2009

New mandatory content filtering software for China PCs
By Allison Orr - 15 June, 2009

The US Army Online
By Allison Orr - 20 May, 2009

New Report: The Internet's Role in the US presidential campaign
By Allison Orr - 20 May, 2009

US Secretary of State launches Virtual Student Foreign Service Initiative
By Allison Orr - 20 May, 2009

Three new eDemocracy case studies from Switzerland
By Allison Orr - 16 May, 2009

Obama online
By Allison Orr - 08 April, 2009

YouTube Diplomacy
By Allison Orr - 08 April, 2009

Government scraps NBN tender
By Allison Orr - 08 April, 2009

Australia falls to 13th in eGovernment ranking
By Allison Orr - 07 April, 2009

Internet important tool in recruiting extremists in SE Asia
By Allison Orr - 02 April, 2009

Government will review cyber safety policies
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2009

Facebook privacy concerns
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2009

Internet filtering is not a freedom of speech issue, Conroy says
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2009

New Report: Public Media 2.0; Dynamic, Engaged Publics
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2009

New Report: Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies
By Allison Orr - 19 January, 2009

New Pew Report: Obama voters expect continued engagement with new administration
By Allison Orr - 19 January, 2009

Digital Economy Future Directions Paper
By Allison Orr - 18 January, 2009

Filtering scheme unworkable, says IIA report
By Allison Orr - 18 January, 2009

Briefing paper shows mandatory filtering not common approach to Internet filtering
By Allison Orr - 18 January, 2009

New Report: Media Republic
By Allison Orr - 19 December, 2008

Continuing controversy over NBN
By Allison Orr - 19 December, 2008

ACMA communications report 2007–08
By Allison Orr - 18 December, 2008

Updated Internet statistics
By Allison Orr - 18 December, 2008

New Report: Global Information Society Watch
By Allison Orr - 18 December, 2008

Oxford Internet Institute: 2009 Summer Doctoral Programme 2009 in Brisbane
By Allison Orr - 18 December, 2008

New Youth Advisory Group for cyber-safety
By Allison Orr - 10 December, 2008

Continuing opposition to Government's filtering plans
By Allison Orr - 10 December, 2008

Government launches trial online policy consultation
By Allison Orr - 10 December, 2008

eDemocracy Awards 2008
By Allison Orr - 09 December, 2008

New Report: The Role of the Internet in Burma’s Saffron Revolution
By Allison Orr - 09 December, 2008

Online Journalists jailed in record numbers
By Allison Orr - 09 December, 2008

Wikipedia added to Internet filtering blacklist
By An Nguyen - 09 December, 2008

New Report: Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project
By Allison Orr - 09 December, 2008

Bigdialog.org: Ask the President-Election a question online
By Allison Orr - 18 November, 2008

New eDemocracy website for India
By Allison Orr - 18 November, 2008

Obama 2.0
By Allison Orr - 18 November, 2008

PM Launches new website
By Allison Orr - 18 November, 2008

The Global Network Initiative
By Allison Orr - 14 November, 2008

Government announces live test of Internet filtering
By Allison Orr - 14 November, 2008

Experience the Internet behind the Great Firewall of China
By Allison Orr - 14 November, 2008

Roundup of the US Presidential campaign online
By Allison Orr - 11 November, 2008

Xbox LIVE teams up with Rock the Vote to provide platform for political participation
By Allison Orr - 25 August, 2008

Cyberwarfare in Georgia
By Allison Orr - 25 August, 2008

New Report: Digital Futures - The Internet in Australia
By Allison Orr - 24 August, 2008

Cast your vote for those who are changing the world of Internet and politics
By Allison Orr - 24 August, 2008

Australia gets Google Street View
By Allison Orr - 21 August, 2008

'Cybernauts' for Obama
By Allison Orr - 21 August, 2008

Circumventing Internet Censorship in China during the Olympics
By Allison Orr - 21 August, 2008

The Knight Community Information Challenge
By Allison Orr - 18 August, 2008

OpenAustralia.org is launched
By Allison Orr - 18 August, 2008

New Report: Mapping Iran’s Online Public
By Allison Orr - 18 August, 2008

New Report: Use of New Media in the 2007 Australian Federal Election
By Allison Orr - 03 July, 2008

McCain campaign launches new YouTube campaign
By Allison Orr - 10 June, 2008

EFA launches 'No Internet Censorship for Australia' campaign
By Allison Orr - 10 June, 2008

Google and Facebook argue over profile data
By Allison Orr - 10 June, 2008

The Publius Project: a new collection of essays on Internet and society
By Allison Orr - 02 June, 2008

Internet companies face tough questions on China's firewall
By Allison Orr - 02 June, 2008

YouTube launches channel for citizen journalists
By Allison Orr - 02 June, 2008

The dangers of online political activism in Egypt
By Allison Orr - 22 May, 2008

Using the Internet for social change in Africa
By Allison Orr - 15 May, 2008

Webcasts from the OxIS Social Networking Conference
By Allison Orr - 15 May, 2008

New Report: Most Chinese happy with Internet control
By Allison Orr - 08 May, 2008

Twitter post gets student out of jail
By Allison Orr - 07 May, 2008

The rise of 'User-Generated Censorship'
By Allison Orr - 07 May, 2008

World Wide Web turns 15
By Allison Orr - 07 May, 2008

Internet gridlock by 2010
By Allison Orr - 07 May, 2008

New Generic Top Level Domains
By Allison Orr - 30 April, 2008

Yahoo establishes a Human Rights Fund
By Allison Orr - 30 April, 2008

IIA releases code of practice for Internet content providers
By Allison Orr - 30 April, 2008

Papers from the Communications Policy and Research Forum 2007
By Allison Orr - 28 April, 2008

Google to help refugees
By Allison Orr - 28 April, 2008

Controversy over the National Broadband Network
By Allison Orr - 23 April, 2008

eDemocracy for Wales
By Allison Orr - 23 April, 2008

US Congress holds hearing on 'Second Life' terrorism
By Allison Orr - 23 April, 2008

Government to snoop on your emails to fight terrorism
By Allison Orr - 21 April, 2008

The Liberal Party sees the Internet as their saviour
By Allison Orr - 21 April, 2008

US Presidential candidates on YouTube
By Allison Orr - 21 April, 2008

Beijing's continuing efforts to control the Internet
By Allison Orr - 14 April, 2008

WA government to study cyber-bullying
By Allison Orr - 14 April, 2008

New international guidelines for social networking
By Allison Orr - 14 April, 2008

New publication: Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents
By Allison Orr - 08 April, 2008

NSW police to use citizen cops to catch criminals via website
By Allison Orr - 08 April, 2008

New study shows Australians turning off TV for Internet
By Allison Orr - 08 April, 2008

Big Brother is watching you online
By Allison Orr - 28 March, 2008

Australia 7th in eGovernment rankings
By Allison Orr - 28 March, 2008

Japan to introduce Internet filtering
By Allison Orr - 28 March, 2008

New poll says traditional journalism 'out of touch'
By Allison Orr - 26 March, 2008

Is the appeal of social networking fading?
By Allison Orr - 26 March, 2008

Bloggers given official media credentials at the Democratic National Convention
By Allison Orr - 24 March, 2008

Obama’s campaign gains millionth online donor
By Allison Orr - 24 March, 2008

Sydney’s free wireless network on hold.
By Allison Orr - 24 March, 2008

New Pew Report: Internet’s Broader Role in Campaign 2008
By Allison Orr - 20 March, 2008

New Publication: Politics, Policy and the Internet
By Allison Orr - 20 March, 2008

EU may treat Internet censorship as trade barrier
By Allison Orr - 20 March, 2008

Webcasts from the International e-Participation Symposium
By Allison Orr - 13 March, 2008

Online safety lessons for Australian school students
By Allison Orr - 13 March, 2008

New research shows the social benefits of blogging
By Allison Orr - 13 March, 2008

Bloggers provide election coverage in Russia, Malaysia and Iran
By Allison Orr - 28 February, 2008

NetAlert a failure, Government commits to ISP-filtering
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2008

New Report: ACMA report on Internet filtering and online safety
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2008

Japan launches high-speed internet satellite
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2008

Regulating technology is like holding back the tides, says Justice Kirby
By Allison Orr - 27 February, 2008

YouTube taken off the air in Pakistan
By Allison Orr - 26 February, 2008

Moroccan jailed for Facebook profile
By Allison Orr - 26 February, 2008

MicroHoo!
By Allison Orr - 13 February, 2008

New technologies bring young Americans out to vote
By Allison Orr - 13 February, 2008

Facebook-driven protest in Colombia
By Allison Orr - 13 February, 2008

New Report: 2007 Government Website Survey
By Allison Orr - 13 February, 2008

Chinese hackers attack Australian networks
By Allison Orr - 12 February, 2008

International domains go online
By Allison Orr - 12 February, 2008

ABS Year Book 2008 – Internet too expensive for Australian families
By Allison Orr - 12 February, 2008

Safer Internet Day – 12 February 2008
By Allison Orr - 12 February, 2008

Americans abroad to vote online in primary
By Allison Orr - 30 January, 2008

Hackers bring down Panama’s parliamentary site
By Allison Orr - 30 January, 2008

Microsoft launches 'Citizen Service Platform'
By Allison Orr - 29 January, 2008

Using the Internet to spread the American Way
By Allison Orr - 29 January, 2008

Internet might not be as scary as you think
By Allison Orr - 29 January, 2008

New ABS Report: more than a million new broadband households in Australia
By Allison Orr - 29 January, 2008

New ACMA Report: Media and Communications in Australian Families 2007
By Allison Orr - 25 January, 2008

New publication: How E-Government is Changing Society and Strengthening Democracy
By Allison Orr - 25 January, 2008

Australia 8th in 2008 global e-government readiness index
By Allison Orr - 25 January, 2008

Japanese Prime Minister on YouTube
By Allison Orr - 23 January, 2008

'Digital divide' is real in Australian schools
By Allison Orr - 23 January, 2008

Social Networking sites get together in data alliance
By Allison Orr - 23 January, 2008

New Report: ABC News and Facebook poll: The [US] election and the Internet
By Allison Orr - 22 January, 2008

Making the Internet carbon neutral
By Allison Orr - 22 January, 2008

Rudd government to upgrade Internet filtering
By Allison Orr - 22 January, 2008

The Australian federal election online
By Allison Orr - 13 December, 2007

New wired network for Parliament House
By Allison Orr - 13 December, 2007

Republican CNN/YouTube Debate
By Allison Orr - 05 December, 2007

Internet Industry Policy compares both sides' election promises on Internet policy
By Allison Orr - 13 November, 2007

New Report: Bloggers threatened as much as mainstream journalists
By Allison Orr - 28 October, 2007

New Report: Localism and the Information Society
By Allison Orr - 10 October, 2007

New Report: Guide to Online Participation (New Zealand government)
By Allison Orr - 10 October, 2007

Australian Government Consultation Blog Discussion Paper
By Allison Orr - 10 October, 2007

Chinese journalist freed after two years
By Allison Orr - 10 October, 2007

New Republican campaign website
By Allison Orr - 10 October, 2007

Australian Government to censor the Web
By Allison Orr - 09 October, 2007

Two Australian sites top Internet innovators awards
By Allison Orr - 09 October, 2007

Internet key in news coverage of Burma protests
By Allison Orr - 09 October, 2007

The downside of online social networking
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2007

John Edwards on MTV/MySpace dialogue
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2007

Another social networking site gets political
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2007

Australia prepares for the 'Google election'
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2007

Online political mashup with US presidential candidates
By Allison Orr - 04 October, 2007

Cybercrime News
By Allison Orr - 19 September, 2007

APC launch new book on WSIS
By Allison Orr - 19 September, 2007

Google Australia launches Election2007 website
By Allison Orr - 19 September, 2007

'Ask a politician' at Australian Politics Today
By Allison Orr - 19 September, 2007

A YouTube Election Debate for Australia?
By Allison Orr - 19 September, 2007

New Report: Internet News Audience Highly Critical of News Organizations
By Allison Orr - 12 September, 2007

Can Facebook be a substitute for real life?
By Allison Orr - 12 September, 2007

News from the Blogosphere
By Allison Orr - 12 September, 2007

Thailand lifts ban on YouTube
By Allison Orr - 12 September, 2007

China creates animated police force for the Internet
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2007

New citizen journalism project launched in Australia
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2007

Internet political performance indicator for US presidential candidates
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2007

Create Mitt Romney’s TV campaign ad online
By Allison Orr - 04 September, 2007

Berlin in August: Conference of European eDemocracy practitioners
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2007

PolitiFact.com - Sorting out the truth in politics
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2007

MySpace/MTV conversations with US presidential candidates
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2007

Politics and technology show for the YouTube nation
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2007

Yahoo and Microsoft sign blogging pact in China
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2007

New Report: Creative Destruction: An exploratory look at news on the Internet.
By Allison Orr - 29 August, 2007

Call for nominations: The Top 10 Who Are Changing the World of Politics & Internet
By Allison Orr - 24 August, 2007

New local eGovernment report: Darebin eForum Evaluation
By Allison Orr - 23 August, 2007

New scanner reveals editors on Wikipedia
By Allison Orr - 22 August, 2007

New Report: Why It Will Be Hard to Close the Digital Divide
By Allison Orr - 22 August, 2007

Amnesty International Australia launches campaign to halt Internet censorship in China
By Allison Orr - 22 August, 2007

New Report: 2007 Digital Future Project
By Allison Orr - 22 August, 2007

E-Democracy.org announces its strategic plan
By Allison Orr - 22 August, 2007

Rudd Launches Campaign Website
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

Using the Internet to locate missing children
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

Government announces NetAlert
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

Howard and Rudd via webcast
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

British Electoral Commission calls a halt on eVoting
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

Women’s Forum Australia uses YouTube to publicise new report
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

CNN/YouTube Republican Debate saved by bloggers
By Allison Orr - 15 August, 2007

Hacktivists attack UN website
By Allison Orr - 14 August, 2007

New APC Report: Open Access for All
By Allison Orr - 14 August, 2007

Internet key in pro-Tibet protest
By Allison Orr - 14 August, 2007

US Presidential candidates face bloggers at convention
By Allison Orr - 07 August, 2007

Citizen Journalism website scores $10 million deal
By Allison Orr - 07 August, 2007

Updated Internet Statistics
By Allison Orr - 07 August, 2007

US: Californian eVoting machines fail test
By Allison Orr - 07 August, 2007

Malaysian government cracks down on bloggers
By Allison Orr - 31 July, 2007

New Report: Oxford Internet Survey 2007
By Allison Orr - 31 July, 2007

Getting up close and personal with the Premier of Bermuda
By Allison Orr - 31 July, 2007

The Republican YouTube debate – who will come?
By Allison Orr - 31 July, 2007

Australia 8th in global eGovernment review
By Allison Orr - 31 July, 2007

2006 Census: Australian Internet Access
By Allison Orr - 30 July, 2007

Chinese official says web censorship is failing
By Allison Orr - 30 July, 2007

New Report: Compendium of Innovative eGovernment Practices
By Allison Orr - 30 July, 2007

British Conservatives launch Stand Up Speak Up
By Allison Orr - 25 July, 2007

CNN and YouTube host Democrat debate
By Allison Orr - 25 July, 2007

New Report: China’s Online Population Explosion
By Allison Orr - 25 July, 2007

Using the Internet to evade censors in China
By Allison Orr - 23 July, 2007

John Howard on climate change on YouTube
By Graham Young - 23 July, 2007

Queensland: Local Government Association fights back through YouTube
By Allison Orr - 18 July, 2007

New OECD Communications Report – how Australia ranks
By Allison Orr - 18 July, 2007

Australia trials eVoting at the next federal election
By Allison Orr - 18 July, 2007

AIIA says Australian politicians behind in using Internet to connect to voters
By Allison Orr - 18 July, 2007

New report expresses concerns over eVoting in Britain
By Allison Orr - 17 July, 2007

Australian politicians on MySpace
By Allison Orr - 17 July, 2007

AEC proposes Internet services to attract younger voters
By Allison Orr - 17 July, 2007

New Report: British Government services online
By Allison Orr - 17 July, 2007

Getting political on Facebook
By Allison Orr - 11 July, 2007

YouTube makes moves into Europe
By Allison Orr - 06 July, 2007

Downing Street YouTube Channel reaches one millionth viewing
By Allison Orr - 06 July, 2007

Blogging senator invites bloggers to cover election campaign launch
By Allison Orr - 04 July, 2007

New Report: The Blogging Revolution: Government in the Age of Web 2.0
By Allison Orr - 04 July, 2007

Clinton team launch HillCam
By Allison Orr - 04 July, 2007

Google launches public policy blog
By Allison Orr - 01 July, 2007

Call for Submissions: auDA Foundation Grants for Internet Research/Projects
By Allison Orr - 01 July, 2007

ICANN discusses international domain names
By Allison Orr - 30 June, 2007

'Webscrubbing' on government websites
By Allison Orr - 28 June, 2007

Watching the rise of Ron Paul online
By Allison Orr - 28 June, 2007

Yahoo shareholders reject anti-censorship policy
By Allison Orr - 21 June, 2007

New ABS Report: Internet Activity Survey
By Allison Orr - 19 June, 2007

PM announces billion dollar plan for broadband infrastructure
By Allison Orr - 19 June, 2007

YouTube users to ask questions in US presidential debate
By Allison Orr - 19 June, 2007

New registration system for bloggers in Iran
By Allison Orr - 18 June, 2007

Amnesty International Report: Internet new frontier in struggle for dissent
By Allison Orr - 18 June, 2007

Vision Statement for Australia's ICT Industry
By Allison Orr - 14 June, 2007

Google Earth as a tool for social activism
By Allison Orr - 14 June, 2007

Australia 9th in eReadiness rankings
By Allison Orr - 12 June, 2007

Internet Governance Forum holds second round of consultations
By Allison Orr - 12 June, 2007

China backs down on blog rules
By Allison Orr - 05 June, 2007

OpenNet finds Australia’s Internet regulation restrictive
By Allison Orr - 05 June, 2007

Change.org launches version 2.0 for political action
By Allison Orr - 30 May, 2007

The Iraq War live on YouTube
By Allison Orr - 29 May, 2007

State censorship a persistent and increasing problem on the net.
By Allison Orr - 29 May, 2007

New report finds digital divide continuing concern: Global Information Society Watch – Report 2007
By Allison Orr - 29 May, 2007

Blogosphere continues to grow - 1.4 New Blogs Every Second!
By Allison Orr - 23 May, 2007

eDemocracy Resources for Local Government
By Allison Orr - 23 May, 2007

Oz in 30 Seconds
By Allison Orr - 18 May, 2007

US: MySpace to host online town halls
By Allison Orr - 17 May, 2007

Sarkozy to make France “Great Digital Nation”
By Allison Orr - 17 May, 2007

New Report: Gender and ICT
By Allison Orr - 16 May, 2007

The Australian Bureau of Statistics wins eAward for excellence in eGovernment
By Allison Orr - 16 May, 2007

Barack Obama takes control of MySpace page
By Allison Orr - 16 May, 2007

Open House Project Recommendations Report: Congressional Information and the Internet
By Allison Orr - 16 May, 2007

“Vote Different” video on YouTube goes viral
By Allison Orr - 01 April, 2007

Edemocracy Updates 16/03/07
By An Nguyen - 15 March, 2007

Edemocracy Updates 26/02/07
By An Nguyen - 26 February, 2007

Edemocracy updates 16/02/07
By An Nguyen - 16 February, 2007

Edemocracy updates 09/02/2007
By An Nguyen - 09 February, 2007

Edemocracy updates 02/02/2007
By An Nguyen - 02 February, 2007

Local council e-consultation guide
By Jackie Bailey - 19 December, 2006

e-Democracy update - 22/11/06 - Audience with Royal, more Vic Blogging, Keep Blair there and Iggytheclown
By Graham Young - 22 November, 2006

15/11/06 - YouTube wins Democrat victory, Shadow Cancellor Osborne speech, and Clift wants more open US government
By Daniel Macpherson - 15 November, 2006

Should politicians spam?
By Graham Young - 13 November, 2006

e-Democracy update - 8/11/06 - Victoria's YouTube candidates, More Repubs online than Dems, and Protest against
By Daniel Macpherson - 08 November, 2006

e-Democracy update - 1/11/06 - E-dem group launches new website, UN forum discusses net's future, and US candidates get increased support through Facebook
By Daniel Macpherson - 01 November, 2006

e-Democracy update - 25/10/06 - Victorian MP's videocast, GetUp in Top Ten, and Google Earth tracks US election
By Daniel Macpherson - 25 October, 2006

e-Democracy update - 18/10/06 - Campaigns attack with YouTube, Technology and politics dominate blogs, and World e-Gov Forum begins
By Daniel Macpherson - 18 October, 2006

e-Democracy update - 11/10/06 - GetUp! media laws petition, Minnesota's YouTube election debate, and Google chief says Internet to change politics
By Daniel Macpherson - 11 October, 2006

e-Democracy update - 4/10/06 - MySpace's voter registration drive, Coonan cites YouTube, and Bahrain e-voting dropped
By Daniel Macpherson - 04 October, 2006

Using ICTs in election campaigns
By Peter Chen - 04 October, 2006

e-Democracy update - 27/9/06 - China's MySpace, Thai Coup Blogged, and US Bloggers report bill-signing ceremony
By Daniel Macpherson - 27 September, 2006

e-Democracy update - 20/9/06 - UK and Germany's e-participation report, Europe's Million Person Petition, and US Government uses YouTube
By Daniel Macpherson - 20 September, 2006

e-Democracy update - 13/9/06 - GetUp! nominated for top ten, Aussie YouTube ads, and US Facebook candidates
By Daniel Macpherson - 13 September, 2006

e-Democracy update - 6/9/06 - Vic Lib blogging, AP Mobile Election Results, and Irish politics online
By Daniel Macpherson - 06 September, 2006

The Queensland Election - Campaign websites 1.0 in the Web 2.0 world
By Stephen Dann - 06 September, 2006

e-Democracy update - 30/8/06 - Australia gets mixed e-gov reviews, Japan's citizen journalism, and Syrian blogger arrested
By Daniel Macpherson - 30 August, 2006

Taking to the streets in cyberspace
By Mark Bahnisch - 30 August, 2006

e-Democracy update - 23/8/06 - Anti-Beattie website shutdown, Aussie e-voting trial approved, and UK Government joins YouTube
By Daniel Macpherson - 23 August, 2006

Wellington City’s new ICT Policy gets a cautious tick
By Andy Williamson - 16 August, 2006

e-Democracy update - 16/8/06 - Iran's presidential blog, Wellington ICT, and US Republicans take fight online
By Daniel Macpherson - 16 August, 2006

e-Democracy update - 9/8/06 - Aussie podcasting for polititicans, Lamont's US net-roots and new ICELE e-democracy project
By Daniel Macpherson - 09 August, 2006

e-Democracy update - 2/8/06 - Canberra and Web 2.0, Blog for miners, and CNN Exchange
By Daniel Macpherson - 02 August, 2006

e-Democracy update - 26/7/06 - e-Voting in federal elections, Political social networking, and Westminster not ready for new media
By Daniel Macpherson - 26 July, 2006

e-Democracy update - 19/7/06 - New Queensland petitions site, Lebanon-Israel conflict online, and US bans overseas info sharing
By Daniel Macpherson - 19 July, 2006

e-Democracy update - 12/7/06 - Wikis get political, New media vs Old media, and Beijing or Bust blogger free
By Daniel Macpherson - 12 July, 2006

e-Democracy update - 5/7/06 - Online fundraising, US net control, and Canadian PM tops iTunes
By Daniel Macpherson - 05 July, 2006

Electronic Voting in Victoria: Background, Comparisons, and Implications
By Peter Chen - 05 July, 2006

e-Democracy update - 28/6/06 - Hillary Clinton's new web consultant, UK council blogging, and Mexico's election campaign goes online
By Daniel Macpherson - 28 June, 2006

e-Democracy update - 21/6/06 - Aussie political websites versus US, Sarkozy's donations site, and Wikipedia's new editorial policy
By Daniel Macpherson - 21 June, 2006

e-Democracy update - 14/6/06 - Sydney hits top 5 e-gov sites, Net neutrality shot down, and DailyKos hosts convention
By Daniel Macpherson - 14 June, 2006

e-Democracy update - 7/6/06 - Google's net neutrality battle, Luxembourg blogging and mystery blogger criticises judge
By Daniel Macpherson - 07 June, 2006

e-Democracy update - 31/5/06 - Aussie politican opens debate site, and people to choose third US 2008 prez candidate online
By Daniel Macpherson - 31 May, 2006

e-Democracy update - 24/5/06 - JI web recruitment, Berners-Lee supports net neutrality and candidates debate with bloggers
By Daniel Macpherson - 24 May, 2006

e-Democracy update - 17/5/06 - New Media unpopular, al Qaeda's Virtual Sanctuary, and mock UK elections
By Daniel Macpherson - 17 May, 2006

e-Democracy update - 10/5/06 - Bloggers vs Rundle, Egyptian protests and Wikipedia tampering
By Daniel Macpherson - 10 May, 2006

e-Democracy update - 3/5/06 - Petrol petitions, Singaporean censorship and YouTube gets political
By Daniel Macpherson - 03 May, 2006

e-Democracy update - 26/4/06 - Group to save internet, Yahoo! helps China, and India campaigns with SMS
By Daniel Macpherson - 26 April, 2006

e-Democracy update - 19/4/06 - Paul Reynolds, e-Dem in Italy, and Hamas fundraising with the web
By Daniel Macpherson - 19 April, 2006

e-Democracy update - 12/4/06 - New e-forum in Victoria and online debate banned in Singapore
By Daniel Macpherson - 12 April, 2006

e-Democracy update - 5/4/06 - Crackdown on fake QLD petitioners and LA protests planned with MySpace
By Daniel Macpherson - 05 April, 2006

e-Democracy update - 29/3/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 29 March, 2006

e-Democracy update - 22/3/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 22 March, 2006

e-Democracy update - 15/3/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 15 March, 2006

e-Democracy update - 8/3/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 08 March, 2006

e-Democracy update - 1/3/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 01 March, 2006

e-Democracy update - 22/2/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 22 February, 2006

e-Democracy update - 15/2/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 15 February, 2006

e-Democracy update - 8/2/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 08 February, 2006

e-Democracy update - 1/2/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 01 February, 2006

e-Democracy update - 25/1/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 25 January, 2006

Australia to MoveOn?
By Graham Young - 24 January, 2006

e-Democracy update - 18/1/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 18 January, 2006

e-Democracy update - 11/1/06
By Daniel Macpherson - 11 January, 2006

e-Democracy update - 21/12/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 21 December, 2005

e-Democracy update - 14/12/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 14 December, 2005

e-Democracy update - 7/12/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 07 December, 2005

e-Democracy update - 30/11/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 30 November, 2005

e-Democracy update - 23/11/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 23 November, 2005

Community engagement the theme of UN Conference
By Fergus Hogarth - 23 November, 2005

e-Democracy update - 16/11/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 16 November, 2005

e-Democracy update - 9/11/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 09 November, 2005

e-Democracy update - 2/11/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 02 November, 2005

e-Democracy update - 26/10/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 26 October, 2005

e-Democracy update - 19/10/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 19 October, 2005

e-Democracy update - 12/10/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 12 October, 2005

e-Democracy update - 5/10/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 05 October, 2005

e-Democracy update - 28/9/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 28 September, 2005

e-Democracy update - 21/09/05
By Daniel Macpherson - 21 September, 2005