The Australian Labor Party has questioned why 139,963 household and business users of fibre-to-the-node connections on the NBN still cannot get the mandated speeds of 25Mbps.
The Australian Federal Police has told the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security that it has used technical assistance requests issued under the encryption law passed in December 2018 on three occasions in the financial year 2019-20, to obtain assistance from companies or individuals in breaking encryption to gain access to information needed for investigation of crimes.
30iGala: Federal Communications Minister Paul Fletcher talks with Peter Coroneos on 30 Years of the Internet in Australia with some clues as to his views on non regulation, the future and more - with all to be revealed during his 30iGala keynote.
Newly appointed Communications Minister Paul Fletcher says one of his key priorities will be completing the rollout of the national broadband network.
The Australian Federal Police says it is in the process of issuing technical assistance requests under the recently passed federal encryption law, and is discussing with the communications providers concerned what kind of assistance should be offered to them after the orders are issued.
The federal government will conduct an inquiry into the outage suffered by Telstra last week that led to problems with triple zero calls.
Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is proudly boasting of the latest NBN rollout achievements and of being ahead of target, compared to Labor missing “every target it was set".
Fifield fo fum, there is no change in comms law to come, be it meta or pirate’s dread, they’ll grind your data to make cyber bread.
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