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Dr Kate Raynes-Goldie on the Pokemon Go phenomenon

We speak with Dr Kate Raynes-Goldie, Adjunct Research Fellow with Curtin University’s School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts and founder and creative director at Games We Play about the worldwide phenomenon that is Pokemon Go. A bit of editorial (aka ranting) from some of the Indymedia team who couldn’t help but also weigh in […]

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Tony Serve – ‪”#‎standuporbendover”‬ @Borderforce access to ur fonez 📲🖕

We speak with veteran independent journalist and activist Tony Serve who, upon returning from abroad, had his phone and pin demanded of him by Border Force officers, raising further concerns for journos and activists in the day and age of metadata retention laws and the ongoing erosion of our civil liberties.

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“Director of Autonomy” of loomio.org’s Richard Bartlett on the recent ‘pre-release’ of Loomio 1.0.

We speak with “Director of Autonomy” of loomio.org’s Richard Bartlett on the recent ‘pre-release’ of Loomio 1.0. Loomio is an easy to use online tool for group decision-making which emerged from Occupy in New Zealand. It allows dispersed groups to reach decisions quickly and take constructive action. Activist groups, community groups, businesses and government around the world […]

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Luke McMahon from Media Direct – a secure communications platform facilitating direct and anonymous contact with leading journalists.

Media Direct has announced today the opening of a new online service designed to securely connect whistleblowers and journalists. “We live in an age where whistleblowers are more important than ever, but in which the technology used to blow the whistle has not kept pace with the technology used to stifle transparency,” says Luke McMahon, the Australian […]

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Dr Tim Rayner PhD Philosophy at the University of Sydneyon the pros and cons of social media

We speak with Dr Tim Rayner, PhD Philosophy at the University of Sydney, Director of One Million Acts of Innovation (Australia), launching January 2015. Tim is the writer of the award-winning short film, ‘Coalition of the Willing’(2010) and Life Changing: A Philosophical Guide.  In this interview we talk to Tim about social media and its pros and […]

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19th August #assange #wikileaks #auspol

In a special RTRFM “Radiothon” edition of the show we speak to Wikileaks founder and Victorian Senate candidate Julian Assange. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Assange’s views on the global rebellion his organisation helped inspire, as well as his take on how Wikileaks plans to disrupt the two-party status quo of yet another dreary […]

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8th July #indigenous #landrights #prism #snowden

With the finalisation of Premier Colin Barnett’s offer of settlement for the Noongar people, we speak to South West Aboriginal Land & Sea Council CEO Glen Kerry on the merits or otherwise of the deal. And the Indymedia crew will also be breaking you a highlights package from Saturday’s PRISM Break protest, an event held […]

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10th June #whistleblowers #tppa #naziparty #internetfreedom #forestprotection

David Cake from Electronic Frontiers Australia on recent, shocking intelligence leaks in the USA exposing the Obama administration’s (via the NSA) intelligence gathering activities of an unsuspecting public and what similar activities are planned (and maybe already happening) here in Australian. We’ll also be speaking with him about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) particularly […]

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10th June #whistleblowers #tppa #naziparty #internetfreedom #forestprotection

David Cake from Electronic Frontiers Australia on recent, shocking intelligence leaks in the USA exposing the Obama administration’s (via the NSA) intelligence gathering activities of an unsuspecting public and what similar activities are planned (and maybe already happening) here in Australian. We’ll also be speaking with him about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) particularly […]

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22nd April #refugeerights #queerrights #wikileaks

Another great show tonight. We’ll be speaking to: – Freedom Centre coordinator for the WA Aids Council Dani Wright on the campaign for LGBTIQ rights beyond the equal marriage issue – Wikileaks Party national spokesperson Samantha Castro on the party’s bid for a Senate seat in the upcoming federal election – Refugee Action Collective organiser […]

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22nd April #refugeerights #queerrights #wikileaks

Another great show tonight. We’ll be speaking to: – Freedom Centre coordinator for the WA Aids Council Dani Wright on the campaign for LGBTIQ rights beyond the equal marriage issue – Wikileaks Party national spokesperson Samantha Castro on the party’s bid for a Senate seat in the upcoming federal election – Refugee Action Collective organiser […]

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