Government to tighten sedition laws

sedition, human rights The Commonwealth Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, has announced that the Commonwealth will tighten the federal sedition laws: The Government will honour its election commitment to implement the recommendations of the Australian Law Reform Commission in July 2006 on federal sedition laws. These include changing the title of the offence from “sedition” to “urging[…]

Digital constitutionalism the governance of virtual communities, part 2: contract

digital constitutionalism, virtual communities, governance, contract, consent, social contract This post provides a brief outline of the contractual chapter of my PhD thesis. Comments appreciated. See Part 1 for the introductory and theoretical outline. The term 'digital constitutionalism' is used here to denote the essential values which underpin the development of legal principle as it[…]