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Residents in and around Dulong, Queensland, are now duly celebrating long awaited "new and improved mobile coverage", and it's all "thanks to the Coalition Government’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Everyone and his/her dog has been up in arms against Facebook ever since the recent revelations that the company allowed user data of tens of millions to seep away into the control of a third party.

Published in Open Sauce

Over the years, blame has been laid on various individuals and organisations for the fiasco that is known as the national broadband network. But we've neglected to turn the blowtorch on one party that has played a big role in things turning out this way.

Published in Open Sauce

The cost of NBN fibre connections to some residences in the country, published in The Australian this morning, serve to make the Coalition Government look good, at least temporarily.

Published in Open Sauce

In damage control mode again, this time ahead of an ABC programme apparently detailing more of the same issues with the NBN that have been widely publicised, NBN Co chief Bill Morrow has said that the network will never make a profit unless it is protected from competition.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 05 October 2017 09:06

Even govt MPs are now criticising NBN, says Labor

The Labor Party's communications spokesperson Michelle Rowland has taken aim at Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over the national broadband network rollout, pointing out that criticism of the network is now coming from his own side of politics.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

An academic who was closely associated with the NBN project at its outset claims that the original fibre-to-the-premises proposal would have stimulated "an active competitive retail marketplace that would have forced RSPs to purchase adequate CVC".

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Australian Labor Party has termed the illegal accessing of a journalist's metadata by the Australian Federal Police as "shocking" and questioned why it was disclosed on a Friday afternoon when the Commonwealth Ombudsman was informed two days earlier.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 10:03

Survey hints that 457 move may be premature

An IT trends survey released by SolarWinds in March will give supporters of the move to get rid of 457 temporary work visas little comfort.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The man who led NBN Co from day one until he quit in July 2013 following a change of government lays the blame for the present mess largely at the feet of one man: the current Prime Minister and former Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Over in Britain, a satellite provider is contemplating steps to provide broadband on flights. Back here in Australia, the government continues on with its disastrous experiment — for it is truly that — to build a land-based broadband network and finds that it is well short of the mark.

Published in Open Sauce
Friday, 17 February 2017 11:06

Libs, Labor silent as Morrow spins his web

If the National Broadband Network really is Australia's biggest ever infrastructure project and vitally important to the nation's future, one would expect the minister in charge and his opposition counterpart to react when a furore of the sort caused by NBN Co chief Bill Morrow erupts.

Published in Open Sauce

Politicians will always grasp at any straw to bolster their claims that they, and their initiatives, are the best and brightest in the land. Or at times across the globe.

Published in Open Sauce
Thursday, 21 July 2016 08:36

Call for Australia to appoint cyber ambassador

A senior official from the security services company Forcepoint has welcomed the appointment of Dan Tehan as the minister assisting Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for cyber security, but says that, given Tehan's numerous roles, the appointment of a "cyber ambassador" will be key to co-ordinating Australia's efforts in this direction.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 12 July 2016 10:17

Why Turnbull should change his NBN policy

Talk of a poisoned chalice. Malcolm Turnbull has earned the right to be prime minister for another three years but even before he is sworn in, talk has been only about how much trouble he faces ahead.

Published in Open Sauce

Australia would save both money and time if it turned to electronic voting, the Australian Information Industry Association, the nation's peak body for the technology industry, claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The fate of the NBN, superannuation changes, company tax cuts, the fate of the Coalition government and even that of the Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull is still unknown.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

On the eve of the federal election, Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton has made a last ditch appeal for bipartisan support by the major political parties for deploying the best long-term technologies and infrastructure to meet Australia's needs now and well beyond 2020.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The number of business owners dissatisfied with the level of support they receive from government is now out-numbering those who are satisfied, with the level of dissatisfaction increasing over the last six months leading up to this weekend's election.

Published in Accounting Software

The non-profit digital freedoms and rights group representing Internet users, Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), has joined the throng of business and industry organisations lobbying the major political parties in the last hours of the federal election campaign.

Published in Technology Regulation

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