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WeChat has over 1.2 billion active users, predominantly in mainline China, but also throughout the world. The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, was one of these until recently. The Prime Minister's Office began experiencing access issues before the account turned up as "Australian-Chinese New Life." Senior government politicians have accused China's government of foreign interference.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A joint parliamentary committee has proposed that an amendment to the laws governing critical infrastructure be split up into two, in order to pass what it says are "urgent reforms".

Published in Technology Regulation

Liberal MP Tim "Wolverine" Wilson, a man who spends the better part of each working day criticising China, was singing a different song eight years ago, when he accepted an all-expenses paid trip to visit the campus of — hold your breath — the home of Lucifer, Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies.

Published in Open Sauce

Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt deserves all the public support he can get and kudos for putting in a place an import ban on vaping materials; it is the tobacco industry's way of getting in through the backdoor, and blocking it is the right way to go.

Published in Open Sauce

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