Australia’s telecoms industry association, the Telecommunications Society (TelSoc), has raised serious concerns over the planned sacking of hundreds of employees by NBN Co, describing the move as a “misstep” by the company.
ICT industry executive and former Internet Australia CEO Laurie Patton says the Australian Government’s planned introduction of a coronavirus contact-tracing app poses the potential for the illegal or inappropriate use of people’s personal information, and the prospect of “catastrophic” accidents.
There was a time when it made sense to suggest to the Federal Government ways and means of upgrading the national broadband network to an all-fibre one. But that time is not now, not when the country is battling hard to keep the outbreak of a disease under control, not when the financial aid and plans that deliver it to individuals out of work should be immediate.
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Happy birthday, JS!
If you squeeze harder you can always get a bit more juice from a lemon. But it’s still a lemon.
Let me guess, they don't routinely purge personal data from former clients?