Three areas of tech which the Labor Party plans to go hard on if it is elected on 18 May are the workforce, the certification of providers to government, and getting big technology firms to pay their fair share of tax.
The Australian Labor Party has ruled out repealing the encryption law that was passed last year if it is elected, but says it will speedily incorporate the 170-odd amendments that were drafted, but not included in the law.
The Australian Labor Party will offer 5000 digital and ICT places in TAFEs free in order "to help prepare Australians for the jobs of the future" if the party is returned to power in Saturday's Federal Election.
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Thanks David, and thanks iTWire for continuing to cover this.