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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Should the law step in to protect personal privacy?

In the era of fast-paced technological advances, a heavy reliance on social media and ever changing communication methods, does the law go far enough to protect personal privacy? The University of Adelaide’s South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) is calling for public submissions on its invasion of privacy issues paper, released today. Professor John Williams, […]

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Spain’s dubious claim to Gibraltar

Associate Professor John Gava has been studying the recent dispute over Gibraltar. He writes: ‘Gibraltar has once again hit the headlines with a dispute over fishing rights spiralling into a barely concealed demand by the Spanish government for the ‘return’ of Gibraltar. Spain’s latest claims for Gibraltar are clever politically, because they divert attention of […]

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