Internet Australia, the not-for-profit peak body that represents Internet users, has called for a national debate on the importance of broadband in the wake of reports that the volume of consumer complaints about the NBN has more than doubled in the June to December 2016 period.
Internet Australia has taken up the “good debt, bad debt” pre-budget debate sparked by the Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison, with IA chair Anne Hurley calling on both the government and the opposition to ensure that funding going to the National Broadband Network is good debt.
Internet Australia has called for a new parliamentary inquiry into the Data Retention Act following revelations last week that the Australian Federal Police had admitted illegally accessing a journalist's metadata.
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