Whistleblowers: protected or pursued?
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange is the biggest whistleblower the world has ever seen, but he is not alone in being pursued relentlessly after exposing embarrassing information or misconduct.
Episode 13: The question of retaliation
We explore retaliation against criminals, cyberbullies and whistle-blowers to determine if the concept of an eye for an eye still has a place in our changing world.
Exposing online trolls
It's a workplace health and safety issue and the AFL must expose and punish those responsible.
Faking it, for real
The popularity of face-swapping software has resulted in the disturbing trend of 'deepfakes' that can be used for nefarious purposes.
Death knell: killing off capital punishment
A new institute is leading the push to eliminate the 'faulty' justice of the death penalty.
Seeking justice, one click at a time
Internet vigilantism is on the rise, particularly in Asia. Although the risks are obvious, can this online people-power be harnessed to combat cybercrime?
When photo-sharing turns criminal
AFL footballer Dane Swan is the latest victim of illegal photo-sharing. It's believed one in five Australians have had images of them distributed without their permission – and that's most likely an underestimate.
Taking the fight to cyberbullying
In the wake of Amy "Dolly" Everett's suicide, a more proactive, comprehensive approach is needed to tackle youth mental health challenges.
Senior lecturer, business law and taxation
Associate Professor, Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Law Resources
Emeritus Professor, School of Social Sciences
Clinical supervisor, Monash University’s Anti-Death Penalty Clinic
Associate Professor of Journalism, School of Media, Film and Journalism
Associate Professor, Criminology and Director, Monash Migration & Inclusion Centre
Professor, Law Resources
Dean, Faculty of Law
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences