The Fair Work Ombudsman says the provision of a website where complaints about illegal practices in workplaces can be lodged anonymously and in a number of languages has led to about 20,000 complaints being received in a year-and-a-half.

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Japanese information and communication technology company Fujitsu has introduced biometric authentication software for Windows PCs, with the product being available right away in the Oceania region.

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Chinese global telecommunictions giant Huawei is claiming it is the first mobile device manufacturer in the world to use an AI-powered smartphone to drive a car.

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Government functionaries in many countries appear to be obsessed with the idea that breaking encryption will lessen the quantum of crime – Australia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is but the latest to voice the need for access to encrypted communications.

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Security firm Recorded Future claims that the use of counterfeit code-signing certificates is on the rise, but is of the view that this will not become too common due to the cost of the certificates.

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The Los Angeles Times website is serving a cryptocurrency mining script which appears to have been placed there by malicious attackers, according to a well-known security expert.

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Processor giant Intel will give a demonstration of a concept 5G-connected PC during the forthcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a report says.

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The Australian Education Union claims the Coalition Government has cut $1.9 billion from public schools and hundreds of millions more from TAFEs and pledged to fight against these cuts.

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A letter sent by two US senators to the country's Customs and Border Protection authority reveals that though the US insists on e-Passports being used by visitors from countries which have a visa waiver arrangement with the US, the smart chips on these passports have not been checked since 2007 because the CBP lacks the technical capability to do so.

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Adelaide-based internet service provider Internode has been named 2017 Roy Morgan Home Broadband Provider of the Year for the second year running and the sixth time in the last seven years.

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