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“Comparative Silence” Still?: Journalism, academia, and the Five Eyes of Edward Snowden

Digital Journalism Pages 353-367 | Published online: 17 Nov 2016 Felicity Ruby, Gerard Goggin & John Keane Abstract This paper revisits the longstanding debate about journalism, academic scholarship, and their connections with the powerful forces of surveillance that shape the lives of contemporary...

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13 March 2017
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Why Google is a Political Matter?: A conversation with Julian Assange

Since the last time we were together inside his prison lodgings at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, a few things have changed. Julian Assange has grown a beard, looks more pallid and pauses when I ask after his general health. His legal team are...

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09 June 2015
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Media, power and decadence: some disquieting trends

By Giovanni Navarria, University of Sydney and John Keane While Australians face the possibility of the first-ever Senate by-election, as well as stormy sittings of a new parliament wrangling over the pro and cons of scrapping a carbon tax, 16,000 kilometres away,...

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02 November 2013
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Lunch and Dinner with Julian Assange, in Prison

Everybody warned this would be no ordinary invitation, and they were right. Three hundred metres from Knightsbridge underground station, just a stone’s throw from fashion-conscious Harrods, I suddenly encounter a wall of police. I try to remember my instructions. Look...

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18 February 2013
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