A secondary school teacher has been awarded $105,000 by District Court Judge Michael Elkiam. This Australian landmark case is the first time a social media Twitter defamation case has reached to trial in Australia. 203 more words
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Mark Karpeles the CEO of MtGox filed for bankruptcy in Japan where MtGox is based.
Originally a site for trading Magic the Gathering (MTG) cards, Karpeles purchased the exchange shortly after it was converted to a Bitcoin trading site. 231 more words
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At the request of the Public Ministry of Argentina, the names of President João Goulart, also known as Jango, as well as other Brazilians monitored while in Argentina… 247 more words
Following Schapelle Corby’s release on parole this week, there has been an onslaught of opinions, both in mainstream publications, in comments and on social media, with the words “bogan” and “convicted drug trafficker” being repeated over and over again by many people as a pronouncement of guilt. 476 more words
A librarian has become the first woman charged under Queensland’s anti-bikie laws.
Forty-year-old Sally Kuether is accused of meeting Ronald Germain, 54, and Phillip Parmer, 60, wearing club colours at the Dayboro Hotel north-west of Brisbane last month. 193 more words