The Australian Government has approved the acquisition of 72 F-35A fighter aircraft, the Department of Defence says, in response to queries as to whether the country intends to go ahead with its plans despite additional problems plaguing the already much delayed aircraft which is supposed to replace the ageing fleet of F-18s in the country.
Cloud and operating systems behemoth Microsoft has improved its chances of winning a US$10 billion defence contract by winning a contract to supply cloud services to 17 intelligence agencies.
The Australian Privacy Foundation says it is "seriously alarmed" about the weekend's report that the Australian Signals Directorate is trying to extend its powers to spy on Australian citizens.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.