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Communications minister Stephen Conroy has released a report on the Future Directions of Australia's Digital Economy, following a consultation paper issued in December. While it…
Monday, 29 June 2009 17:49

Can you sniff out a rotten phish?

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If so you are a member of an elite minority. According to research undertaken by Internet security specialist VeriSign, 86 percent of Australian Web users…
Wishful thinking or Telstra trying to be conciliatory to the Federal Government? Whatever, Telstra's over-enthusiastic welcome to a minor piece of legislation was in stark…
The Iranian Government's attempts to restrict Internet access in the wake of this week's disputed election has become something of a test case for the…
Tuesday, 16 June 2009 02:42

Optus back on the ASX would be a good thing

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SingTel has been reported as contemplating reducing its 100 percent stake in Optus to around 20-30 percent and relisting the company on the ASX. That…
Thursday, 04 June 2009 13:23

Structural separation: on the cards or not?

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It's rare to see a shadow minister coming out to support the shadowed and claiming to speak for the same, but with calls for the…
In its submission to the backhaul blackspot consultation Telstra is, ostensibly, extending the offer of co-operation to the government as an alternative to government-subsidised competition.
Friday, 15 May 2009 12:08

4G? It's a myth but don't blame the press

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4G is a term often used and more often misused to try and 'sex-up' current or almost current wireless technologies like WiMAX or the long…
Telstra's incoming CEO and chair, David Thodey and Catherine Livingstone, weren't keen to talk about Telstra's future relationship with the government and their stance on…
Telstra has been found guilty of misusing information available within its network, as a provider of wholesale services to Optus, by passing this information to…

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