Unions vs Labor row brewing as public service wage cap continues despite budget surplus

The WA Labor Government proudly declared the state back in the black as it delivered a budget surplus this week — but the stage appears set for a renewed battle with unions angry at its ongoing public sector wage freeze, writes Jacob Kagi.

         May 11, 2019 at 12:50PM https://ab.co/2LAu8mH
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New phenomenon of ‘cyber flashing’ sees porn, explicit content forced onto iPhone screens

Australian online safety experts warn about a rise in new digital phenomenon known as “cyber flashing”, where explicit and abusive images are anonymously sent to strangers though iPhones.

         May 11, 2019 at 12:50PM https://ab.co/2LM0iMi

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Fight breaks out in Hong Kong parliament over extradition law

Politicians clamber over tables, swearing and piling into each other as pro-democracy MPs and those loyal to China scuffle over an extradition law opponents fear will erode people’s rights and legal protections.

         May 11, 2019 at 12:40PM https://ab.co/2Q1n0OB

How ‘sexting’ complicates investigations into child porn

The volume of “sexting” images online is creating a “white noise” of pornography that law enforcement officials say complicates the investigation of child exploitation.

         May 11, 2019 at 12:34PM https://ab.co/2WLxl3K

How ‘sexting’ complicates investigations into child porn

The volume of “sexting” images online is creating a “white noise” of pornography that law enforcement officials say complicates the investigation of child exploitation.

         May 11, 2019 at 12:34PM https://ab.co/2WLxl3K