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House of Reps to have digital voting by 2019 Electronic voting will come to the lower house of the Australian Federal Parliament by 2019, the leader of the House of Representatives, Christopher Pyne, has…
Open source, open standards to underpin Govpass When the Federal Government begins its trial of the identity solution Govpass in October, it will be both a proud and a nervous time for…
Law firm releases GDPR app for Android, iOS Law firm DLA Piper has released a mobile app Explore GDPR for both Android and iOS to make the text of the European Union's General…
AS GDPR takes effect, Google, Facebook hit with US$8.8b suits On the very day that the European Union's new privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation, took effect, a privacy activist has hit Google with…
Deal finalised for ZTE to reopen for business: report The US has finalised a deal to let Chinese telecommunications firm ZTE Corporation start operating again, a little more than a month after it was…
Some sites shut down, others block EU users as GDPR takes effect Some websites have shut down and others are either blocking users from Europe or trying to obtain consent before allowing them in as the General…
US tech firms may have to disclose foreign source code demands American technology companies may be required by law to inform the government if they permit countries seen as enemies — China and Russia, for example…
Open-source firm Nextcloud offers GDPR compliance kit File sync and share solution company Nextcloud had released a kit to help its customers to comply with the European Union's General data Protection Regulation…
US struggling to remove Kaspersky code from its networks US Government offices are struggling to remove code created by Kaspersky Lab from their networks to meet a 1 October deadline, following a ban on…

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