Lecture: Back to the Future - Cybercrime's lessons from the past by Professor Jonathan Clough
Presented at Monash Law Chambers as part of the Monash Law Thought Leadership Series.
Watch online now.
Podcast: Rolls-Royce's worldwide network of corruption
Rolls-Royce. The name is synonymous with luxury. But in recent years, whistleblowers have revealed the prestige brand has been exporting corruption worldwide.
Police use of facial recognition technology must be governed by stronger legislation
Automated facial recognition technology has been used at a number of crowd events in England and Wales over the past two years to identify suspects and prevent crime. The technology can recognise people by comparing their facial features in real
Why regulating facial recognition technology is so problematic – and necessary
The use of automated facial recognition technology (FRT) is becoming more commonplace globally, in particular in China, the UK and now Australia.
Banking royal commission: action on criminality must be swift
I’m glad – if that’s the right term – that I managed to attend one of the public hearings of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry in the Federal
High Court to decide Akon Guode infanticide, murder sentence anomaly
Listen to this podcast on the ABC's website here.
Juries: why do we actually need them and can they get it 'wrong'?
There's been some debate over the recent conviction of George Pell, whose first trial ended with a hung jury, and the second a unanimous guilty verdict.
COVID-19 and Prisoners: The Australian Experience of Early Release
As restrictions enacted to combat COVID-19 begin easing across Australia, the issue of managing potential outbreaks within prisons continues to remain a challenge for state governments.