Anthea Vogl and Elyse Methven are at UTS. Check out their short piece, “We will decide who comes to this country, and how they behave: A critical reading of the asylum seeker Code of Behaviour”. Two aspects of the piece drew my attention. First, they report on the results of a FOI request to the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection about the Department’s use of the Code of Behaviour for “illegal maritime arrivals”. Second, they reflect on the regulatory effect of the Code, not just in terms of its actual enforcement, but also in terms of its reach into the lives of all Australians.