The Australian Labor Party has questioned the value apportioned to the NBN Co by its chairman Ziggy Switkowski, who said during a Senate Estimates hearing that the company could fetch a price of $50 billion if it was sold post-2020.
The Australian Labor Party says there is no room for complacency as far as the consumer experience on the national broadband network goes, with complaints about the network increasing by 53% in the latest report from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
The Australian Labor Party is extremely good at brinkmanship – waiting until the very last moment and then bending over backwards to comply with the demands of the government of the day. Where security matters are concerned, the tendency to have a backbone made of jelly is even more pronounced.
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