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Census 2016: recommendation on voluntary name submission rejected The Turnbull government has finally responded to the recommendations of the Senate Economics Reference Committee which looked into the 2016 census debacle, saying that it…
Ecuador runoff vote will decide Assange's fate WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange will have to wait until a runoff vote in Ecuador on 2 April to know whether he will be able to…
Some will be able to vote online in WA state poll Voters in Western Australia who have poor literacy skills, are blind or sight impaired or are otherwise incapacitated will be able to vote online in…
Apple appeals EU tax bill, wants it withdrawn Apple has filed a list of 14 objections with the European Court of Appeals, saying that the European Commission's decision to slap it with a…
US Govt, tech firms behind India's cash moves: claim A number of the world's largest tech and finance companies and their leaders are part of a group behind a global war on cash, it…
India to offer citizens' data for commercial exploitation India has taken a leap into the unknown by offering its database containing biometric identities for all its citizens to commercial firms to exploit.
Assange may be evicted if Ecuador ruling party loses WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange may find himself expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy where he has been taking refuge for more than four years if there…
SA govt outsources IT functions, 180 to lose jobs One hundred and eighty South Australian Government IT workers will lose their jobs after the state government announced today that all its IT functions would…
Assange appears on Twitter to quell death rumours WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has reactivated his personal Twitter account, with the very first tweet seeking to scotch widely circulating rumours of his death.
GetUp says govt should stop harassing people over 'debts' The activist group GetUp claims Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's government is shaking down ordinary people, often for debts they neither owe nor can effectively challenge.

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