A recent, sophisticated attack on the popular Binance cryptocurrency trading platform saw users’ accounts compromised and simultaneous withdrawals made to the tune of 7000 Bitcoins (worth $40m at the time).
Journalists generally report the news but over the last week one of that tribe, Nick Ross, the former technology editor of the ABC, has become the focal point of a number of news stories.
The following article was penned by former ABC Technology Editor Nick Ross in the lead up to the 2013 Federal Election. The article was held back from publication by the ABC ostensibly due to political pressure – the background to this can be read here.
There are many issues with the Coalition’s NBN alternative figures, but a prominent erroneous claim that keeps cropping up is that it costs more to connect to the NBN than the Coalition’s alternative. This is misleading and wrong.
Commenting on the Oxford Economics report, Jeremy Mitchell, Director of Corporate Affairs at Huawei says the decision to ban Huawei[…]
Big whoop. They made the first telephone call in 1879. LOL. Stupid fascist scammers don't fool anyone with their high[…]
One look at the front page of the Oxford Economics report emblazoned with a Huawei Logo should be an indicator[…]
It would be nice if they also included party political influence on news and the refusal of FOI requests by[…]
I'm glad we're avoiding Huawei. Huawei is too close to the PLA & CCP. CCP are pigs & dogs. They[…]