A UK court’s refusal to overturn a request for the blocking of sites in the country dealing in counterfeit luxury products has prompted Internet Australia to repeat its call for the repeal of Australia’s Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015 — the so-called site-blocking law 2015 — passed by federal parliament in the middle of last year.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has joined the growing throng of calls for Australia to move to electronic voting. And why wouldn’t it? It represents the interests of mostly multinational technology vendors who stand to gain tens and perhaps hundreds of millions from putting such a system in place and then maintaining and upgrading it in perpetuity.
The fate of the NBN, superannuation changes, company tax cuts, the fate of the Coalition government and even that of the Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull is still unknown.
The Murdoch led LNP is talking crap again. The Murdochracy are out again asking the Government for something for nothing[…]
They're bluffing. The potential losses to Google far outweighs the pittance they will be asked to pay. Call their bluff!
Duck Duck Go.Google is an evil empire.
No, Australian politics is a truth-free zone thank you very much!
Lol I thought Japan already banned Huawei according to western media sources? They must be terribly disappointed now.Also in your[…]