COMMENT: A compact rectangular box, which can be held in one hand, offers both sides of politics a means of getting off the hook on serious political dilemmas they face over their current approaches to Australia’s internet and general digital telecommunications requirements.
Community Power Agency has come out in support of the Labor Party’s election promise to spend almost $100 million on creating up to 10 Community Power Hubs across Australia.
Too little, too late and too bad – that about sums up the newfound misgivings of the ALP and its venerable leader Bill Shorten about the Data Retention legislation the so-called Opposition gave a free ride through Parliament four months ago.
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