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Australia loves to raise fears over anything to do with countries that it considers, well, below its exalted status, a status that exists only in the world of fiction.

Published in Open Sauce

Australian National University’s Tech Policy Design Centre will tackle strengthening democracy and how the country’s economy is poised to reap the full benefits of digital technology.

Published in Education

It seems that Australia's Communications Minister is as competent at handling women's affairs as he is at managing the construction of a national broadband network.

Published in Open Sauce
Thursday, 27 August 2020 15:29

New Women in IT award

A new group called Women in AI (WAI) has announced an awards event for outstanding contributions to artificial intelligence by Australasian females.

Published in IT People

The Australian Government has been quick to deny a story that the Australian Signals Directorate is trying to extend its spying powers to Australian citizens.

Published in Government Tech Policy

No, it is not "Please Explain" Pauline Hanson, Jackie Lambie with a gun, or Julie Bishop's steely stare although they may well be! McAfee’s Most Dangerous Celebrities study seeks out the riskiest, or sometimes the risquést Australian names, to search for online.

Published in Security

The Government has announced controversial legislation mandating data retention for telecommunications companies. It is part of a $630 million boost to security agencies.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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