Those of us old enough still remember the controversy over the building of the Sydney Opera House, which ended up costing eight times the original budget. The NBN building project is orders of magnitude larger than the Opera House so why should we believe that politically motivated cost estimates would be within a bull's roar of the real price?
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) says that broadband access is no longer a luxury but a necessity that will be crucial to every country's economic, social and political growth, and it says there is also the need for proactive national broadband planning by every government.
If you want to have your say about some of the policies governing the .au namespace, auDA is especially open to your comments until January.
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