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SBS is mocking “Your Right to Know”

10 March 2020

12:05 PM

10 March 2020

12:05 PM

In October last year, the SBS joined the Your Right to Know Coalition, a push from the major media outlets to put pressure on parliament to improve freedom of information and other laws so that Australians can know more about what their government is doing. 

And how does the nation’s second-largest public broadcaster measure on transparency? Based on a recent freedom of information request submitted to SBS it seems that the Right to Know is a right designed only for those Australians who are employed in Big Journalism, rather than the millions of Australians who are concerned with what the public...

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