The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman says it has identified four common selling practices by telecommunications service providers that lead to consumers making financial commitments which they find impossible to keep.
Communications Alliance chief John Stanton has urged the IT industry to highlight the changes needed in the Federal Government's encryption law that was passed last year, telling a forum in Sydney on Thursday that there was an urgent need "to try to repair this dangerous piece of legislation".
Judicial oversight of new surveillance powers and clearly defined limits on agencies’ notices top the list of a raft of changes recommended to the Federal Government for its encryption legislation by a broad coalition of Australia’s telecommunications, IT and Internet industries.
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Deluded, arrogant and self indugent. Really bad at reading the room too.