The NSW Labor has committed to tackle problematic screen and phone use among children and young people and will allocate a $2.5 million research fund to uncover its excessive use if elected—a welcome announcement lauded by the Centre for Digital Wellbeing.

The US is thinking of cutting off Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from accessing any American components, including those from Intel and Qualcomm, a report claims.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has this week started a sweep to identify misleading testimonials and endorsements by social media influencers.

The ACMA has warned the public about the proliferation of the “Hi Mum” text message, which may appear to be from a family member claiming to have forgotten or lost their card and asking the victim to transfer money, and could possibly be a scam.

India's Supreme Court has delivered Google a slap in the face, ruling that it would not make any changes to an anti-trust order that seeks changes in the Android mobile operating system.

The telecommunications industry regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released a consultation paper seeking feedback on a ‘news measurement framework’ to monitor levels of diversity across Australia’s contemporary media landscape.

The ACMA has warned the public to be vigilant of fake emails and SMS claiming to be from myGov, an Australian government services portal, which may possibly be a scam.

Motorola Solutions has announced that the Federal Court of Australia has ruled in the company's favour in its copyright and patent infringement claims against Hytera Communications and Hytera Communications of Australia.

An investigation by New Zealand competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has led to a backdown by New Zealand’s largest electricity distribution business, Vector, on moves that would have cost its customers millions of dollars over the coming decades.

Changes to Australia’s Telecommunications Numbering Plan to further support scam reduction activities and improve the allocation of phone numbers, have been announced by the telecommunications industry regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

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