Claire Connelly

Claire Connelly

Claire Connelly is a Research Fellow at the Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity and an award-winning freelance journalist, the lead writer of Renegade Inc, contributor to New Matilda, and is working on her first book examining the key facts of the present political crisis that have been omitted from history, journalism and political debate. Specialising in politics and economics, Connelly is the founder of subscription journalism experiment on Patreon starting at $3 a month. With more than a decade in the industry, Connelly has written for leading publications including The Australian Financial Review, The Saturday Paper, the ABC, SBS, & others. She features regularly on tv shows, web series, radio and podcasts including Redacted Tonight, Real Progressives, ABC’s The Drum, Channel 10’s The Project, SBS’ The Feed, 2SER’s Fourth Estate, Radio National’s Breakfast, Drive, Hack, and Download This Show, and The Week In StartUps.

Every hour of every day a million little crimes are committed online. And every time it happens, hundreds of legitimate businesses all over the world, with boards and shareholders and mission statements — some of them publicly listed — put the proceeds of those crimes in their own pockets. They

Ad safety company Pixalate has uncovered what it says is a ‘sophisticated’ mobile app fraud potentially costing advertisers up to $75 million a year if allowed to run unchecked. The company says it discovered that Android app MegaCast — which allows users to broadcast content to Google’s Chromecast — was

Ad fraud is at an all-time high and remains one of the most profitable criminal enterprises in the world, generating tens of billions of dollars a year. That’s the view of Dr Augustine Fou, cybersecurity and ad fraud researcher who this morning released a Slideshare presentation on LinkedIn describing the state of

Stephen Porges has been appointed CEO of the Australian Alliance for Data Leadership to provide data leadership, advocacy and governance to Australian businesses. The Australian Alliance for Data Leadership (AADL) is a network of Associations with the common thread of data and customer experience, representing the essential functions of data-driven

BlackBerry wants the world to know that its pivot from a hardware company to an enterprise software and security company is complete. At the BlackBerry Security Media Roundtable this morning, President of Global Sales, Carl Wiese told Which-50 that BlackBerry is a dramatically different company to what it was three

The Fred Hollows Foundation is an Australian not-for-profit organisation with a core mission to treat and prevent avoidable blindness in the poorest communities around the world. Luke van Leeuwen, Associate Director of Technology & Business Services tells Which-50 that expanding into a global organisation has required a digital transformation that

Apple appears to be bracing itself for a turf-war with the ad-tech community, stepping in to protect its users from Facebook’s increasingly nefarious privacy practices via an upgrade to its Safari browser across mobile and desktop. At this week’s annual WWDC conference, Apple’s SVP of software, Craig Federighi announced that

US-based software company, Qlik today announced its intention to drive data literacy in Australia by partnering with more than 20 educational universities across the country. The Qlik Academic Program will provide educational institutions including Macquarie University, Monash University, Swinburne University, the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales,

After more than two years of delay and political indecision, the NSW government finally laid out its plan to regulate Airbnb today in what has been described as “a party-room compromise“. Airbnb’s global head of policy, Chris Lehane welcomed the regulations, as “fair and innovative” at a press conference in

SAS and Cisco have an ambitious plan to uncomplicate Australia’s energy sector using their Edge-to-Enterprise IoT Analytics Platform. Grant Dyer, General Manager of Telecommunications, Energy and Utilities at SAS Australia and New Zealand tells Which-50 that the regulatory environment of Australia’s energy grid is a ‘key constraint’ to data sharing.