What point does the Coalition government hope to prove by having the Australian Federal Police raid the email accounts of Labor staffers in a search for the leaker of documents that led to stories about the catastrophic delay in rolling out the NBN?
Emboldened by the Government’s trouble on other fronts, the ALP is no longer in lock-step on anti-terrorism matters. It is urging a rethink on the proposed telco security laws.
It is an indication of the level of craven cowardice within Labor Party ranks that members of what is supposed to be the Opposition are congratulating themselves on backing the Coalition government's data retention bill that Prime Minister Toby Abbott is seeking to rush through Parliament this week.
You have excellently shown the hypocrisy of the Liberal party – penny-pinching on admirable peacetime initiatives like NBN providing infrastructure[…]
Optus need to be sued for stealing $800m from the tax payer for their unusable HFC network.
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I gave this piece an upvote, but it made me sad reading it