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Twitter to test double tweet length
280 could become the new 140.
Sep 27 2017 8:16AM
NSW MPs are being swamped by social media
Get extra funding to hire more staff.
Jun 19 2017 9:49AM
US visitors may need to hand over their social media credentials
New Homeland Security boss revives old proposal.
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Could tweets influence your health insurance premium?
Insurers tinker with personalisation.
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Vic Privacy Commissioner warns against profiling job candidates online
Avoiding the privacy pitfalls of social media checks.
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Google+ gets surprise makeover
Social network reimagined despite rumours of its demise.
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Google admits defeat with Google+
Only Google Account needed from now on.
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Facebook offers Messenger to businesses
Live chat for retail.
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Web giants face fines in online bullying crackdown
Up to $17,000 per day for ignoring notices.
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Govt proposes cyberbullying ‘naughty corner’ for web giants
Legislative force to be reserved for repeat offenders.
Oct 29 2014 12:59PM
ALRC drops safe harbour from proposed privacy law
Online intermediaries encouraged to act against breaches.
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Facebook suffers brief global outage
Social media site apologises.
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Elaborate Iranian hacking scheme targets US lawmakers
Attackers build fake news website, social network.
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Victorian Parliament to investigate accountability on the web.
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Turkey cuts off Twitter access ahead of local elections
PM under fire over social media.
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Software glitch temporarily crashes Twitter
Second time in nine days.
Mar 13 2014 6:19AM
Google+ user names, comments to appear in ads
Revises terms of service.
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Law Reform Commission seeks input on data privacy
Metadata use, social media and drones could all be regulated.
Oct 9 2013 6:51AM
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