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Kara Hinesley


Head of Public Policy, Australia and New Zealand

Company Twitter partners with ALNF to amplify Australia’s Indigenous voices

Read more about our partnership with the ALNF to mark the thirteenth anniversary of #UNDRIP and raise awareness around the preservation of Indigenous languages.

Company #ThereIsHelp — Our work to combat domestic violence

Twitter Australia has launched a dedicated domestic violence search prompt in partnership with @1800RESPECT, Australia's national support service for sexual assault, domestic, and family violence.

Company The 2019 Federal Election is happening on Twitter

As Aussies prepare to go to the polls, they are taking to Twitter to discuss the political issues, topics, and candidates that matter to them most. Here’s your quick and handy guide on how to follow.

Company Protecting the integrity of the election conversation in Australia

Today, we’re expanding the Ads Transparency Center in Australia. This allows anyone across the globe to view details on political campaigning ads in Australia.

Company A reminder about spammy behaviour and platform manipulation on Twitter

Check out our latest blog to learn more about the Twitter Rules on spam, how to report accounts and what we're doing to fight spam

Company Media and information literacy best practices

Just because something is on the internet, doesn’t mean it is true. Here's our latest post to see how we can all work together to help stop the spread of misinformation.

Company Keep your Twitter account secure

Here are 5 things you need to know about protecting your Twitter account and keeping it safe from being compromised or hacked.

Company Managing your privacy on Twitter

Privacy has always been part of our DNA at Twitter. When the company was founded 13 years ago, we offered a range of ways for people to control their experience on Twitter - from creating pseudonymous

Company Customising and controlling your experience on Twitter

At Twitter, we believe that free expression is a human right. Everyone has a voice, and the right to use it. We believe that everyone on Twitter should feel safe expressing their unique point of view

Events #VicVotes on Twitter

Victoria is heading to the polls this Saturday, and Twitter is giving folks a front row seat as the conversation unfolds.

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