Facebook swipes left on Tinder as it tightens app access after Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook swipes left on Tinder as it tightens app access after Cambridge Analytica scandal

Updated April 05, 2018 10:16:23 Angry Tinder users have taken to Twitter to complain they were locked out of their accounts after Facebook changed its settings following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. “A technical issue is preventing users from logging into Tinder. We apologise for the inconvenience and are working to …

Pace development group buys lane of City of Yarra to provide private access to resident homes

Pace development group buys lane of City of Yarra to provide private access to resident homes

WHIMSICALLY-named streets are common enough in new housing estates, but in an apartment complex? The Pace of Abbotsford development has added a laneway to its list of resident’s amenities, with the developer buying a right of way from the local council. They’re now running a competition to name the lane, …

Julian Assange has internet access cut off by Ecuador’s Government

Julian Assange has internet access cut off by Ecuador’s Government

Posted March 29, 2018 07:38:12 Photo: It’s not the first time Julian Assange has had his internet access cut off. (Reuters: Peter Nicholls) Related Story: Assange has one of his worst days as judge rips apart legal case Related Story: Julian Assange again loses bid to have UK arrest warrant …

Victims of crime could access the superannuation of their perpetrators under new proposal

Victims of crime could access the superannuation of their perpetrators under new proposal

Posted March 26, 2018 15:05:44 Victims of crime could be allowed to access their perpetrators’ superannuation as part of compensation, under proposed legislation being worked on by the Federal Government. Key points: Victims of crime who pursue civil action against perpetrators cannot access any funds held in superannuation accounts The …

Rural communities fear plan to scrap access to fixed landline amid NBN concerns

Rural communities fear plan to scrap access to fixed landline amid NBN concerns

Updated March 25, 2018 08:19:00 Photo: Samara Cassidy with her children Beau and Jordan, at their family’s piggery and sheep farm. (ABC News: Jennifer Huxley) The traditional landline telephone has become almost obsolete in some city households, replaced by mobile and internet services, but for many people in the bush, …