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Union pledges to fight cuts to public school funding The Australian Education Union claims the Coalition Government has cut $1.9 billion from public schools and hundreds of millions more from TAFEs and pledged to…
Govt says companies will be forced to decrypt data when asked to do so The Coalition Government has indicated that it will force companies that provide encryption for communications to devise a means of giving government agencies access to…
Data breach law takes effect on Thursday Australia's data breach notification law takes effect this Thursday and new resources for the public have been released by the Office of the Australian Information…
NSW Govt throws support behind Momentum Cloud The NSW Government has backed Sydney software company Momentum Cloud’s national and international expansion and the company’s plans to create 92 jobs over five years…
New businesses share in $1.79m of govt incubator support The Australian Government has announced new funding totalling $1.79 million to be allocated to new businesses to help transform their ideas into globally competitive businesses.
Facial recognition bill introduced into parliament Legislation has been introduced into parliament to set up a national facial recognition database, as agreed upon by the Coalition Government and the states in…
ACS call on govt over push to make Australia an ‘innovation nation’ The Australian Computer Society has joined other industry bodies in welcoming the Australia 2030 report on innovation from Innovation and Science Australia and called on…
Appeals court rules parts of Snoopers Charter unlawful The Court of Appeal in London has ruled that an overarching data retention law put in place by the UK Government, allowing access to phone…
Microsoft email case appeal to come up in Supreme Court in Feb The US Supreme Court will next month begin hearing an appeal brought by the US Government against a verdict which Microsoft obtained in a case…
France to ban mobile phones in schools from Sept The French Government has announced that it will ban the use of mobile phones in primary, junior and middle schools from September next year.

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