In Washington, it is an article of faith that Russia hacked the DNC Security companies in the US tend to see a Russian hand in everything these days. The latest firm to come up with a Russian bogeyman…
Google supports diversity. But only when it suits Over the last week or so, Google has been in the news after one of its employees, James Damore, wrote a screed on diversity which…
Small ISPs needed to shake up congealed market One word that cannot be used to describe Nicholas Demos is bashful. The head of the small ISP MyRepublic has made a splash after his…
Money for nothing: for Rupe and Telstra it's free When Dire Straits legend Mark Knopfler penned his record-breaking song Money for Nothing, he never visualised that such a situation would actually happen in real…
If Hutchins is at fault, then the NSA needs to be pulled up too If American judicial authorities are going after British security researcher Marcus Hutchins for allegedly writing malware, then they will also have to indict people at…
ESET spreading FUD about torrent files, clients Anti-virus companies — or cyber security companies as they like to call themselves these days — are known for spreading fear, uncertainty and doubt among…
Huawei mum after second rebuff by Australia Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei appears to be adopting a policy of saying nothing about its second rebuff by Australia, this time over an undersea cable…
Google and Facebook have one thing in common: both are parasites Google and Facebook together accounted for 99% of the online advertising industry's growth last year, according to the Canadian research firm Pivotal Research.
Encryption laws: carrot, not stick, likely to work When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Attorney-General George Brandis get down to the nitty-gritty of formulating proposed changes to encryption laws which they have talked…
Fifield predicts 5G revolution for Australia, ignores NBN Communications Minister Mitch Fifield clearly believes in the slogan that a former Labor prime minister, Julia Gillard, used in her last election campaign: moving forward.

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