Displaying items by tag: Four Corners

It seems that Australia's Communications Minister is as competent at handling women's affairs as he is at managing the construction of a national broadband network.

Published in Open Sauce

The Australian Government has cheerfully forked out $1.2 billion of those green notes to settle a lawsuit in the robodebt case. I think it's a good moment to stop and consider whether some ministers should be told, in strict terms, to avoid taking any initiatives that involve technology.

Published in Open Sauce

The ABC's Four Corners program on Monday night was titled The Truth about 5G. It would have been better if it had been titled FUD about Huawei.

Published in Open Sauce

The head of ISP Aussie Broadband says the only thing that's missing from the current discussion around the national broadband network is common sense talk about how to cope with the existing situation.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Workers who are employed doing work on the national broadband network are being forced to deal with the disaster that the project has become, the Communications Union says.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

What's wrong with Australia's national broadband network? That's a hoary old chestnut which has been asked and answered many times over the last five years or more, so when the ABC ran a programme asking the same question, it could only come up with the same answers as before. But in much less detail.

Published in Open Sauce
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 10:00

Assange slams Clinton over 2016 election claims

The publisher of the WikiLeaks whistleblower website, Julian Assange, has hit out at 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for saying he was, to a large extent, responsible for her loss to Donald Trump.

Published in Open Sauce
Tuesday, 30 August 2016 12:32

Four Corners: much ado about nothing

After a big build-up about claims of Chinese hacking, the ABC's Four Corners programme on Monday night turned out to be all over the place.

Published in Open Sauce

Construction of ASIO’s new billion dollar headquarters in Canberra has been put on hold while it is redesigned – because the blueprints have allegedly been stolen online by China.

Published in Security

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