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The Coalition faces a significant business community backlash if it fails to deliver a broadband plan for Australia that at least matches the Government's existing National Broadband Network initiative, according to the internet sector's peak industry body.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Government must commit to a "full and frank" debate on the law enforcement merits of its universal data retention plans or risk an Australia Card-like backlash from a mistrustful public, the Internet Industry Association has warned.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 15 October 2009 16:32

AFACT, iiNet head for the recess playground

Perth-based internet service provider iiNet has emerged quietly confident from the first two weeks of its court fight with the movie industry - represented by the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) - and will call chief executive Michael Malone as its first witness when the case resumes on November 2.

Published in The Big House



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