Displaying items by tag: Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA

Mobile phone services provider Lycamobile has been penalised $600,000 by the telecommunications industry regulator ACMA after prolonged and large-scale customer data failures, which could have put people in danger.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

A clear licensing framework is needed for space-based communications networks and systems, according to telecommunications lobby group Communications Alliance, which has welcomed the telecoms regulator ACMA’s intention to undertake a staged revision of the assessment of all space/space receive and earth/earth receive apparatus licences.

Published in Space

The amount of data Australians are consuming has gone through the roof, rising by 43% in the past year, according to a new report tabled in Parliament today. We’re also using a more diverse range of devices, although the mobile phone is still the most popular and frequently used way to go online.

Published in Data
Monday, 14 August 2017 20:13

ACMA issues reminder on TCP Code compliance

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has issued a reminder that Carrier Service Providers in the telecommunications sector have until the beginning of September to lodge statements of compliance with the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code.

Telecommunications services company director James Harrison and his companies SoleNet and Sure Telecom have been hit with a $250,000 fine and banned from doing business for two years by Australia’s Federal Court.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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