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Telstra outage: when will customers know the reason? Nearly 10 hours after its mobile network collapsed like a pile of pancakes on Monday, Australia's biggest telecommunications outfit Telstra is yet to inform people…
Fairfax journos expect companies to be as pure as the driven snow Journalists at Fairfax Media, one of them a senior investigative scribe, appear to have got caught up in a bid to blackball the Chinese telecommunications…
Why Google should never be given Protected cloud status by ASD Despite being exposed as the king of snoopers, Google is now trying to obtain certification from the Australian Signals Directorate to handle Australian Government data…
Google is claimed to be spying on Australians and using their own mobile data to do so. The best way for Australia to show that it takes the privacy of its citizens seriously would be for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission…
Westpac is struggling to cope with online basics in 2018. In 2018, one would think that banks in Australia, especially one of the so-called big four, would have their online operations sorted. In the case…
Yes, you, I mean you... buy what I decide is good for you. One of the biggest telecommunications players in the world, China's ZTE, has been effectively shut down by a US ban and the ripple effects mean…
Govt has one IT policy: take from the poor, give to the rich The Coalition Government's approach to the R&D Tax Incentive in last night's Federal Budget mirrors its approach to every other sector or section of society:…
Huawei: US keeps throwing mud, hoping some will stick Hardly a week goes by without there being some news about the American Government's continued harassment — yes, that is the only word that fits…
Morrow says copper is slower than fibre. And in other news, the sun rose in the east... NBN chief executive Bill Morrow has given the clearest indication yet that he plans to continue working in Australia after he leaves the company at…
Facebook lives on personal data. But Zuckerberg won't admit it Just one nugget of truth has emerged from all the brouhaha over Facebook, including the much-touted appearance by chief executive Mark Zuckerberg before the US…

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