A UK government study into the impact of cybercrime on the UK economy has estimated the cost at £27b per year. Extrapolating that to Australia on the basis of our GDP relative to that of the UK would give a headline grabbing figure of around $A22b. However scrutiny of the report reveals that it has little hard evidence on which to base this figure and instead relies on a number of assumptions.
Apple's trademark application for the term 'App Store' has run into opposition from Microsoft.
A Gartner analyst has taken issue with the Federal, NSW and Victorian governments for allowing suppliers of bespoke software developed for government contracts to retain the intellectual property in the software, but has been especially critical of the AIIA, the industry body that lobbied to have this policy introduced.
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did you figure out a way around it?
how long were you banned? Did you just log in and see that you could play again?