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ACCAN doubts about funding of National Relay Service The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network has raised concerns about future federal government funding of the National Relay Service which has a critical role as…
Vic minister offers a new home for Fujitsu Victoria's Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade Philip Dalidakis took advantage of an invitation to speak at the Fujitsu World Tour's Melbourne leg to encourage…
Senate panel tells govt to end Centrelink robo-debt scheme Activist group GetUp has called on the Australian Government to adopt all recommendations put forward by the Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs which released…
Defence to move files from data centre after Chinese investment Chinese investment in the parent company of a Sydney data centre, Global Switch, has resulted in the Australian Defence Department deciding to end its relationship…
EU parliament panel recommends end-to-end encryption The civil liberties, justice and home affairs committee of the European Parliament has released a draft proposal for new laws on privacy and electronic communications,…
ITPA slams Turnbull Government over proposed encryption laws A lobby group for IT workers has slammed the Coalition government over its proposal to introduce laws to gain access to encrypted communications, saying such…
AppDynamics to monitor DPMC key information system The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has selected AppDynamics to monitor and support one of its key information systems.
British PM seeks ban on encryption after terror attack British Prime Minister Theresa May has used Saturday's terrorist attack to again push for a ban on encryption.
Centrelink partly blames 42m missed calls on cyber attack The Department of Human Services has claimed that part of the reason 42 million calls to Centrelink went unanswered in the period from June 2016…
Digital radio expanding to all capital cities Digital radio services are expanding in Australia with the trial services in Canberra and Darwin to be made permanent, the Australian Communications and Media Authority…

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