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What to do about the weaponisation of social media

The weaponisation of social media has seen anti-business activist groups build up a huge online following in Australia. Business groups will need to do more if they are to mitigate the risk of being out campaigned.

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Blunt insight, rancour and humour : Twitter lights up over #Budget2017

The Federal Budget has become an annual ‘Twitter event’, with the politicos, business leaders, comedians and anyone with a Twitter handle hitting the hashtag #Budget2017 on the second Tuesday in May.

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Rainy Saturday and sitting on the wet weather phoneline. Why is it not on Twitter?

Saturday morning sport can be the bane of a parent’s weekend. Getting up early, wrangling the sports gear and the kids only for a quick downpour to stop everything while…

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#budget 2015. The power, the passion and the influence of social media conversations

Every month, around the world over 1 billion people log onto Facebook, 13 million of those are from Australia. There are over half a billion tweets sent per day and…

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Periscope and Meerkat: both watching the world

In the coming months you are likely to hear a lot more about two apps called Periscope and Meerkat. Put simply, these apps allow you to live stream video from…

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