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Facebook lives on personal data. But Zuckerberg won't admit it Just one nugget of truth has emerged from all the brouhaha over Facebook, including the much-touted appearance by chief executive Mark Zuckerberg before the US…
Australia's Facebook probe is a laughable response The way in which the decision by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner to launch a probe into the leakage of personal information of…
Spin lasts only for a season: Morrow's NBN Co lesson When Bill Morrow took over as head of the NBN Co, the company tasked with building the national broadband network, he was fully aware with…
After Facebook leak, why should pollies have privacy exemptions? Everyone and his/her dog has been up in arms against Facebook ever since the recent revelations that the company allowed user data of tens of…
Facebook and Google are drunk on data. They won't give it up Neither Facebook nor Google will ever stop their trade in personal data. If they did, they would go out of business – this is a…
Does Australia have any policy on cryptocurrency? It appears not Australia has no official policy on cryptocurrencies. That is the only conclusion one can draw, after nearly a month of chasing the minister on cyber…
Shadow Brokers the reason why Kaspersky Lab is in the US doghouse At times, it does not pay to be the brightest kid on the block. But Kaspersky Lab, which has been in the forefront of A-V…
Questions about DNC hack still hang over CrowdStrike Security firm CrowdStrike appears to be trying to adopt a "business as usual" mode as it tries to make the world at large forget its…
For Turnbull it's 100Mbps; for the rest it's 49Mbps Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull should not be faulted for having an NBN connection at his home or elsewhere using HFC because he has no…
In a two-OS mobile world, there is no room for Linux After the demise of the Ubuntu Phone, Linux users appear to be placing their hopes for a mobile device on the Librem 5, a smartphone…

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