Offshore detention is set to cost Australians more than $1billion over the next three years as debate over medevac laws continues
The medevac laws, passed against the government's wishes, give doctors a greater say in transferring refugees from offshore detention to Australia for medical treatment. Debate around the legislation is expected to continue on Tuesday, after Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday met with Senator Jacqui Lambie.© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is hoping to repeal the controversial medavac laws She has offered to back the repeal bill on one condition but will not say what that is on national security grounds.
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Peter Dutton has sensationally named the "morally bankrupt" socially media bosses he believes are tolerating the sexual abuse of children.
The home affairs minister called out the chief executives of Facebook and Apple during a keynote address to a global summit on tackling child exploitation.
"Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook and other tech CEOs have made billions of dollars, but these CEOs are morally bankrupt on the issue of encryption and protecting children," Mr Dutton said in Ethiopia overnight.
"These companies have the ability to shift the dial, but instead behave like the tobacco companies of the 1960s. They know with certainty their actions are causing harm and they pretend it isn't happening."
Mr Dutton's incendiary spray is the latest escalation in his long-running war against social media giants for refusing repeated calls to give police access to encrypted messages.
An app developer is accusing Apple of quietly changing the way it ranks apps in the App Store, further fuelling concerns about the influence of big tech companies .
An app developer is accusing Apple of having manipulated app rankings in its App Store in new court filings. The app developer said it realised that its app had suddenly jumped in Apple's rankings following a report from The New York Times about the tech giant's apps being ranked highly in its own store. The court filings have appeared as lawmakers are increasingly scrutinizing whether large tech firms are engaging in anticompetitive behaviour. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.