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Wikileaks and the Sony hack

Written by Terry Flew on April 20, 2015

My comments to ABC News Radio on the decision by Wikileaks to release the hacked Sony emails can be heard here

Shorter version: I find the claims that releasing volumes of email correspondence because you can, and then retrospectively claiming that it is in the public interest to do so, unconvincing.

Selling “thin air”: Spectrum management and regulation

Written by Terry Flew on March 12, 2015

Rethinking Regulation in a Connected Digital Environment – 2015 seminar

Selling “thin air”: Spectrum management and regulation

Rob Nicholls
Research Fellow, Centre for International Finance and Regulation, UNSW and Research Fellow, Swinburne University of Technology

Queensland University of Technology, 12:00pm to 2:00pm, April 20, 2015, Kelvin Grove Campus, A105

See attached flyer

Seminar Abstract:

Spectrum management policy presents an increasingly important regulatory challenge. In the last few years of the twentieth century, spectrum management problems were constructed as a model with the regulator using “command and control”

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Farewell to Michael Keane

Written by Terry Flew on February 15, 2015

Below is a statement I prepared to farewell my friend and colleague of 14 years, Michael Keane, as he prepares to depart to Curtin university in WA. It can also be found on the Asian Creative Transformations site.

With this being the last issue of the Asia-Pacific Creative Landing Pad being produced out of QUT, it is appropriate to say something about the First Officer of the Flight Crew, Captain Michael Keane.

From his arrival, it was always clear that Michael

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