A number of Federal Government departments are unlikely to meet a September deadline set by the Department of Home Affairs to migrate their data from a company that is now totally Chinese owned to a new data centre.
A surprisingly high proportion of MIT's Center for Information Systems Research sponsors are Australian organisations.
Optus is refunding more than $2 million to about 175,000 of its mobile customers after failing to disclose information about its mobile phone insurance.
It is World Consumer Rights Day tomorrow and it has prompted Australia’s consumer watchdog to alert Aussies that they should make sure they understand their consumer rights, particularly when buying and using their mobile phones.
Consumer advocacy group CHOICE wants a toughening up by regulators on credit card fees, calling on them to enforce surcharge limits.
The blocking of 1200 legal websites by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has sparked calls for the federal goverment to reveal who it's censoring, and why.
Dud Swans? Wasn’t Swan one of your colleagues once?
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