New legislation has just come into force in Australia, enshrining in law access to broadband services for all Australians regardless of where they live, and which the Federal Government says "guarantees" broadband access for everyone.
Australia’s competition watchdog the ACCC is taking court action against retail service providers Dodo and iPrimus alleging they made false or misleading claims about the NBN broadband speeds their customers could achieve during busy evening hours.
Online shopping activities have increased since the COVID-19 crisis began, with a groundswell of support from consumers wanting to “buy local”, according to a new study by National Broadband Network operators NBN Co.
Wasn't super excited about getting a VPN because I thought it would be hard to navigate through it for someone[…]
Neoliberal thinking. Everything has to make a profit.
Why does the NBN have to be sold? It should be regarded as a utility and kept by the government.[…]
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