On the eve of the federal election, Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton has made a last ditch appeal for bipartisan support by the major political parties for deploying the best long-term technologies and infrastructure to meet Australia's needs now and well beyond 2020.
The number of business owners dissatisfied with the level of support they receive from government is now out-numbering those who are satisfied, with the level of dissatisfaction increasing over the last six months leading up to this weekend's election.
The non-profit digital freedoms and rights group representing Internet users, Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), has joined the throng of business and industry organisations lobbying the major political parties in the last hours of the federal election campaign.
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