Shadow communications minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has fired off another salvo at the government's proposed telecoms legislation, accusing the minister for communications, senator Stephen Conroy of trying "to utterly subvert the normal operation of the Competition and Consumer Act in regard to the NBN."
An interesting article on Malcolm Turnbull's stance on the NBN has appeared from iTWire colleague James Riley, but as is possible in a democracy, or at least what we have left of democracy, I completely disagree with James' views.
Malcolm Turnbull, not unreasonably, wants the most rigorous tests of project oversight and financial transparency applied to the National Broadband Network. Which is quite right, of course. It is, after all, the largest single infrastructure spending project ever undertaken in this country.
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Sly bit of climate change denialism in a poorly written tech article...
What a fantastic & innovative product. Congrats to the Zetifi Team.
Haven't heard a peep out of you since my last comment my well-informed friend. What's happened?
Thanks for this article Peter - makes me appreciate the independence of iTWire and your integrity.Who knew - unfettered corporatism[…]