With Safer Internet Day to be marked around the world on Tuesday, the UNSW Canberra Cyber has announced that it will join forces with other Australian and global educators to work towards creating a safer, better and more trustworthy internet, where everyone is empowered to use technology “responsibly, respectfully and creatively”.
ABC journalists' ignorance of technology has been on display once again, with senior broadcaster Patricia Karvelas displaying an acute lack of knowledge during an interview with former senator Nick Xenophon, whose legal firm has been hired by Huawei to help correct misconceptions about its operations.
The British Government has taken a much more intelligent approach to the 5G security issue and has conducted an open and transparent process around it, the local arm of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies says, adding that it had fully co-operated with the process.
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