Wednesday, 12 August 2009 16:47
People have got used to Apple telling iPhone app developers to get stuffed, but now Twitter is beating some third party app developers with a big legal stick.
Published in Home IT
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 14:48
The UK has structurally flawed data protection and privacy laws which allowed secret Internet snooping trials to take place. Now the European Union is stepping in to try and force the UK Government to take action.
Published in Technology
Sunday, 23 November 2008 06:52
If iiNet loses the piracy lawsuit, the ramifications for all Australian ISPs will be immense, forcing all to spy on their users and become online policemen. It will wipe out online privacy, slow down the Internet, impede the free flow of information, impose massive costs on ISPs, impose massive costs on users, and put broadband progress back by 10 years in Australia. Can iiNet’s competitors – or indeed ISPs worldwide – afford to let this happen?
Published in Strategy