A doctor posted gory images of dead people online, including babies and women, alongside offensive comments.
The industry regulator has hit telco Lycamobile with a $186,000 fine after it failed to comply with a penalty it received last year.
Overseas Instagram hackers have swindled more than $20,000 from local Queensland mothers using one dirty tactic.
Aussies who post selfies and videos of themselves online are unwittingly putting themselves at risk of an insidious practice, an expert warns.
Reports of so-called revenge porn have increased by more than half in one age group, the online safety regulator says.
An urgent warning has gone out to families after a rise in a sickening crime targeting young Australian boys.
A controversial agency boss who quit after Labor won government has been lashed in the chat function of a Zoom conference.
A flamboyant socialite who sprayed Roxy Jacenko’s office with graffiti and had a biff with a bikie boss has been hit with drug charges.
The reason why a serial stalker followed more than 20 women he met through apps like Tinder and Facebook Marketplace has been revealed in court.
Major changes introduced to Instagram in Australia will “gaslight” users, a major digital advocacy group has warned.
A TikTok trend promoting the off-label use of a crucial drug has sparked a nationwide shortage and created “havoc” for people who need it most.
Telstra says internal system errors led to delayed compensation payments of more than $11 million owed to more than 67,000 customers.
Australians are getting angrier at their telco providers, with one company drawing an especially large number of complaints.
With the election just two sleeps away, new data reveals how many Australians are confident about identifying “fake news”.
An online wine retailer has been fined more than $200,000 for breaching spam and telemarketing laws after an ACMA investigation.
Concerns that hackers will infiltrate a company’s system are growing among small businesses, most of which aren't properly prepared.
In a disturbing attack, scammers have hacked into the Facebook pages of multiple Australian businesses and uploaded pornographic content.
A British parliamentary committee has asked Tesla CEO Elon Musk to give evidence about his proposals to buy Twitter "in more depth".
The true story behind a viral video of a top cop dropping a C-bomb during a press conference has been revealed.
WA internet services provider Pentanet has reported an increase in its churn rate as customers migrated interstate following the reopening of the State’s borders last month.
Danielle Le Messurier
Australia's largest telecommunications company has been pinged for overcharging more than 11,000 customers, copping a $500,000 fine.
Twitter doesn't know which direction the social media platform will go after Elon Musk takes over, the CEO has told employees during a meeting about the deal.
Sheila Dang and Katie Paul
Donald Trump says he isn't interested in returning to Twitter under its new owner Elon Musk, even if his permanent ban is lifted.
Elon Musk reached an agreement to buy Twitter for AUD$61 billion, promising a more lenient touch to policing content on the social media platform.
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