Telstra has paid an infringement notice of $2.53 million after the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) found large-scale breaches of rules intended to protect the privacy and safety of customers.
The ACMA has issued formal warning to 11 VoIP service providers for failing to ensure that their customer records accurately reflect the residential addresses of customers.
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