Nick Galvin

Nick Galvin

Nick Galvin is a journalist with The Sydney Morning Herald

Big Brother is always watching

Nick Galvin Nick Galvin meets the people who really run Sydney.

Megaupload closure hits legitimate users

German Internet millionaire Kim Schmitz

Nick Galvin THE operation to arrest the founder of the online file-sharing service Megaupload and close down the website has left users worldwide in limbo and prompted warnings that consumers should not rely on...

Less than pixel perfect

Nick Galvin IT'S like seeing a good-looking face and suddenly becoming aware of the tiniest of blemishes.

Telstra users left holding exposed lines


Nick Galvin Thousands of Telstra customers are putting up with crude, temporary phone connections with cables held together by tape and plastic bags and strung along fences, across lawns and through trees.

MySpace a new fraud market


Nick Galvin Hugely popular services such as Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn are being blamed for a boom in sophisticated email scams.

The kiss and tell of social networks


Nick Galvin Users of social networking sites, such as Twitter and Facebook, are redrawing the boundaries between what is public and what is private, writes Nick Galvin.

Dopple your fun

Nick Galvin Five internet gurus spell out what's happening at technology's cutting edge, writes Nick Galvin.

Message stick

Nick Galvin SMS services can add hundreds of dollars to your mobile bill, warns Nick Galvin.