Displaying items by tag: Anthony Albanese

Telco Singtel Optus has agreed to reimburse the costs of a new driving licence for NSW residents who were hit by the telco's catastrophic data breach.

Published in Security

Telco Singtel Optus has indicated that it will pay only the administrative costs incurred by VicRoads in issuing new licences — and not the costs of the licences themselves — to the hundreds of thousands affected by the disastrous data leak suffered by the company.

Published in Security

Former Liberal prime minister John Howard used to be often contemptuously referred to as the deputy sheriff for the US in the Pacific region when George W. Bush was in power.

Published in Open Sauce

The Labor Party promised, prior to the election in May, that it would bring down power bills by $275 yearly by 2025. That last bit is important: by 2025.

Published in Open Sauce

Australia's decision to buy nuclear submarines, the so-called AUKUS initiative, has been guided mostly by ex-US Navy admirals who have potential conflicts of interest, the Washington Post has revealed in a detailed investigaton.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has switched on a $300 million telecommunications cable directly linking Western Australia to key global markets.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

More than a month after it announced a major data breach, telco Singtel Optus is yet to pay a single dollar towards the costs of replacing the passports of users whose data was leaked. iTWire understands that close to 100,000 passports have been listed for protection.

Published in Security

The Federal Government's decision to sign on to a pledge to reduce methane emissions by 30% on 2020 levels by 2030 has come in for criticism by the Opposition.

Published in Climate

The Federal Government says it will provide a US$2.4 billion equity investment over four years to the NBN Co so that an additional 1.5 million premises can be upgraded from copper connections to fibre by 2025. The money will be formally announced in its budget update on 25 October.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange will take his own life if he is extradited to the US, his lawyer Jennifer Robinson says, adding that the situation is very serious and the Australian Government needs to act on it immediately.

Published in Strategy

When the new Federal Government took power in May this year, it promised several new initiatives; it has delivered on some of them and looks set to keep on providing what it promised.

Published in Open Sauce

Optus customers, whose passport numbers were exposed in the catastrophic breach suffered by the telco, do not need to get the documents replaced, Optus says in a statement to the Singapore Stock Exchange.

Published in Security

Optus has agreed to pay for the replacement of passports of users caught up in the data breach that the telco suffered, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says.

Published in Security

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has told Optus that it must pay the costs for customers who want to replace their passports if their data was caught up in the breach that the telco announced last Thursday.

Published in Security

Mexico has awarded WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange the keys to its capital, Mexico City, in its latest move to celebrate the Australian's journalism and pressure the Biden administration to act on the pending extradition case.

Published in Strategy

The NBN Co continues to have a problem with the affordability of its network, independent telecommunications consultant Paul Budde says following the company's announced of its FY22 results on Tuesday.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australia's peak body for innovation technology, the Australian Information Industry Association AIIA, has called for a cabinet level Government Services and Digital Economy Minister.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the professional association for Australia's tech sector, and it has congratulated Anthony Albanese and the ALP on its success in winning the 2022 Federal Election.

Published in Government Tech

At the start of Sunday's so-called Great Debate between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese, moderator Sarah Abo claimed that the host, Nine Entertainment, was the country's biggest media organisation.

Published in Open Sauce

Two Australian senators have called for WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange to be set free by the UK and brought back to Australia, following the issue of an extradition order for him to be sent to the US for trial.

Published in Strategy
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