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More than 300,000 .eu domains to be cancelled due to Brexit The European Union will cancel all .eu domains which have been registered by registrants in Britain after the country completes the Brexit process.
Senate passes motion not to water down encryption The Senate has approved a motion from the Australian Greens to support strong encryption, resist pushes to undermine encryption, and to use warrants and targeted…
FCC cites 'national security' as it moots subsidy ban for Huawei, ZTE The US Federal Communications Commission has unveiled a formal plan to block subsidies to Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE for gear supplied to rural…
New US law gives govt access to data stored abroad Efforts by US law enforcement agencies to gain access to email stored overseas by American companies have been resolved through a piece of legislation tagged…
Game on for young job seekers with Vic Govt initiative The Victorian Government has launched Tomorrow Me – a new digital game experience designed to help young people transition from education to full time or…
EU unveils proposals for taxing big digital firms The European Commission has unveiled proposals for taxing digital companies across the 28-member bloc, with an interim measure which will be replaced by a more…
Alex McCauley, StartupAus Australia’s peak national start-up group, StartupAUS, has lauded the federal government’s proposed introduction of a new visa scheme designed to help start-ups and business attract…
Google, Facebook face 3% turnover tax in EU: report Multinational US technology companies like Google and Facebook will have to pay a 3% turnover tax in the EU, according to a draft proposal from…

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