Australian intelligence officials have concluded that the breach of the Federal Parliament network in February was carried out by China, but has kept it quiet to avoid any problems in the bilateral trade relationship, a report claims.
Submissions. Reviews. More submissions. More reviews. When it comes to the Coalition Government's encryption law, there has been no shortage of material published, from both the companies that are affected and the government.
Newly appointed Communications Minister Paul Fletcher says one of his key priorities will be completing the rollout of the national broadband network.
Oh dear the "do gooders" are raising their empty heads again.Does this mean we can look forward to another assault[…]
Silly Target, they assumed they were doing business in a country like the U.S. which has already stripped all consumer[…]
Indeed.A democracy implies voters being able to elect people who are REPRESENTATIVE of those voters.Neither Australia nor most western 'democracies'[…]
The irony is palpable : expert panel speakers provide material for 'review' prior to date, ACSC/ASD object and prevent them[…]
Typical the government / ASD / ACSC can't handle any criticism or debate on policies.Perhaps the comparison with China doesn't[…]