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Recording of Introduction to the Law of Nuclear Energy

Watch nuclear law expert Helen Cook provide an introduction to nuclear law and how it affects Australia’s decision to go nuclear. 

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Submission: Australian Government Digital Identity Legislation Position Paper

Submission to the Australian Government Digital Transformation Agency on its Digital Identity Legislation Position Paper
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Recording of The Internet of Things in Australia: Social Impacts and Issues

If you missed the Hub's latest event, The Internet Of Things in Australia, don't worry, we recorded it!
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Submission: The Rule of Law and Counter-Terrorism

The Hub has made a submission to the United Nations Human rights office of the high commissioner.  The submission is to the Special Rapporteur on the...

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Submission: Inquiry into Privacy and Personal Information Protection Amendment Bill 2021

The Hub has made a joint submission to the Department of Home Affairs regarding the Inquiry into Privacy and Personal Information Protection Amendment...
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Submission: Freedom of Expression of Women in the Public Sphere to the UN Special Rapporteur

Monika Zalnieriute, Hub stream lead of AI and Law has made a joint submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection...

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Submission: Gender Justice and Freedom of Expression to the UN Special Rapporteur

Monika Zalnieriute, Hub stream lead of AI and Law has made a submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of...

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Tracking Violent Extremism Online and the Challenge of Open-Source Intelligence

Understanding online behaviours of extremist groups requires observation, analysis and often dissemination. 
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A Dangerous Convergence: The Inevitability of Mass Surveillance in European Jurisprudence

Hub stream lead Monika Zalnieriute argues a recent judgement points to an emerging dangerous convergence on the legality of bulk surveillance.