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CIA created code to impersonate Kaspersky Lab: WikiLeaks The CIA created code that could be used to impersonate exfiltration attempts from computers infected with its malware implants as being staged by others, according…
ACMA finds Seven made unfair claims about online vendor The Australian Communications and Media Authority has found that Channel Seven Adelaide made inaccurate and unfair claims about an online flower delivery business, Bloomex, and…
Cherine Chalaby, chair ICANN The global body governing domain registrations, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has appointed a new leadership team headed by newly elected chair,…
ACCC's cautious 5G welcome sees competition issues flagged The ACCC says it is "rethinking the way it approaches spectrum competition issues ahead of the upcoming 5G auction".
ACMA consulting industry on self-regulation Telecommunications regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority is contemplating whether certain industry functions, including the Do Not Call Register and sections of the Spam…
Sex trafficking bill may hit Google, online firms ANALYSIS Google and other Internet companies may soon have to reckon with lawsuits over sex trafficking if a Senate bill designed to combat the trade…
Crunch Tel cops ACMA warning over customer transfers Telecommunications service provider Crunch Tel has been formally warned by the Australian Communications Media Authority over the transfer of customers to its service without their…
Kaspersky chief not on agenda to front US Congress The US Government appears to have withdrawn an invitation extended to Eugene Kaspersky, the head of Kaspersky Lab, to testify before Congress after the company's…
Govt to review if .au domain still ‘fit for purpose’ The federal government is to review the management of the .au domain in a move designed to ensure it remains fit for purpose in serving…

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