As Edward Snowden's trove of secrets from the US National Security Agency seeped out into the media, the revelations about America's and Australia's electronic espionage from Jakarta and their other embassies drew a reflexive response in Indonesian ...
Editors and publishers make difficult decisions every day about what information they should, and should not, publish - and the tone and tenor of that information.
Attorney-General George Brandis has disputed allegations Australian spies used an aid program as cover to bug East Timor's government offices.
As surveillance of almost everything we do electronically grows, phone-tapping has sparked a critical debate about what the media should and should not publish.
Privacy is one of the things that sometimes get sacrificed in the name of a free press.
Political opportunists in Indonesia are happy to see Australia squirm. But Tony Abbott has a chance to turn things around.
Editor, crusader, Murdoch thorn, pianist: The Guardian's Alan Rusbridger relishes the fight, writes Deborah Snow.
The PM must have a mature and sophisticated approach to relations with Indonesia.
For the past two years, a mysterious online organisation has been setting the world's finest code-breakers a series of seemingly unsolvable problems. But to what end?