The telecommunications industry is still struggling with the disruptions caused by the rollout of the NBN and the transformation of communications delivery platforms, according to one key industry group.
Internet Australia executive director Laurie Patton claims NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow used the cloak of parliamentary privilege to make false and defamatory remarks about him and IA at a Senate Estimates Committee.
The code that provides protection to consumers buying and using telecommunications services has been revised and simplified to give greater flexibility to providers in keeping consumers informed about those services, but falls short of what some industry groups wanted.
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