The Federal Court has decided against Optus for breaching the Trade Practices Act 1974 by engaging is misleading and deceptive conduct through the advertising of its 'THINK BIGGER' and 'SUPERSONIC' broadband plans. It's disappointing to see Optus in this position when it could have been avoided by not only being honest, but also by Optus proactively abandoning 64kbps as a 'shaped' speed, replacing it with a marginally more realistic 256kbps or better 512kbps minimum.
AFACT's appeal against their loss in the iiNet copyright infringement case commenced in the Federal Court today. It would appear that they are presenting the same half-truths that were peddled in the original case.
Excellent reporting and journalistic integrity as usual Sam, thank you.The way this article was written is precisely what is needed[…]
Iphone pricing last year was idiotic i was interested but they priced themselves out of the market and held onto[…]
No kidding. All copper and wireless uses fibre. It is no brainer to remove that junk from the equation.
Where is The Australian government in this? It should be busting a gut to bring an Australian citizen home.
Marketing con. A single 5G tower is 4G. 5G is wireless fibre to the curb. We should hope not this[…]