Displaying items by tag: Marise Payne

A federal Labor MP has called for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be brought home to avoid his possible extradition to the US to face alleged charges of espionage.

Published in Strategy

Thirty-five thousand Australian premises are yet to be connected to the national broadband network, but Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has declared that the network is "built and fully operational".

Published in Open Sauce

Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has given other countries even more impetus to call this country a lapdog of the US, completely forgetting that the US was among the countries spreading disinformation with a vengeance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published in Open Sauce

Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Fiji are set to be the first Pacific countries to have access to more Australian television content delivered through the Australian Government’s PacificAus TV initiative.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Questions have been raised over the fact that the American cloud provider Amazon Web Services, which was given a Federal Government contract to store data collected by the government's COVIDSafe app, is using a data centre in Sydney which is fully owned by a Chinese company.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Greens have called on the Federal government to ensure that WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange is not extradited to the US after his arrest in London overnight.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australian Foreign Minister Senator Marise Payne does not think there will be in any change in the decision to ban the Chinese telecommunications equipment firm Huawei Technologies from playing a role in the country's 5G networks.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia has expressed "serious concern" about what it calls "a global campaign of cyber-enabled commercial intellectual property theft by a group known as APT10, acting on behalf of the Chinese Ministry of State Security".

Published in Security

The federal Government has opened a new data centre in the Canberra suburb of Fyshwick that it says will save taxpayers millions in operating costs and provide vital stability for numerous government departments.

Published in Data Centres

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