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FuzeNet cops warning from ACMA over complaints handling issue Telecommunications provider FuzeNet has been rapped over the knuckles by the Australian Communications and Media Authority for its failure to properly manage customer complaint procedures.
Russia hints it may build its own DNS Russia has hinted that it may build its own domain name system by August next year, citing US control of the current infrastructure as the…
Most Australians concerned about digital privacy: study A majority of Australians surveyed about digital rights, the need for governance and the responsibilities of social media platforms have indicated that they are concerned…
Sexualised kids' clips appear next to YouTube ads A number of well-known brands have pulled their advertisements from YouTube after a report in The Times said the site was showing clips of scantily…
Govt to provide citizens better access to their data The federal government has promised to give citizens better access to their banking, energy, phone and Internet data, making it easier for them to switch…
Moscow accuses Google of violating freedom of speech Google has announced plans to block articles from Russian website Sputnik and the Russian television channel RT from appearing in its search results even as…
FCC chair to push for complete repeal of net neutrality US Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai has unveiled a plan to push for the complete repeal of the net neutrality regulations which were put…
Google forced to act on shonky ticket resellers Pressure from consumer groups has forced Google to crack down on ticket resellers from the beginning of the new year.
EU to end unjustified geoblocking by end of next year The European Union has told online sales outfits that operate within its jurisdiction that they will have to stop redirecting would-be customers to the site…

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