The Australian Cyber Security Centre tried to censor the content of a talk to be given by the partner of a Queensland-based legal firm at the CyberCon conference in Melbourne last week, but the organisers backed down at the last minute and the talk went ahead in its original format. The main objection apparently was to the lawyer's statement that Australia's encryption law was similar to laws in China.
Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is set to get its first direct international data and telecommunications connection to global markets following the completion of a cable landing station at Maroochydore as part of the region’s international broadband network.
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) is claiming a world-first with the impending launch - in partnership with tech startup Igloo - of fully digitised residential tenancy agreements.
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IBM sacked him to avoid paying a retainer. Typical. At least the k8s chief saw the writing on the wall.