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The former chief of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Peter Jennings, appears to be in serious denial about one thing: no matter the state of bilateral relations with China, Australia is dependent on that country for its economic well-being.

Published in Open Sauce

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

GUEST OPINION: Last year an Australian research team published the results of their study of long-term trends on the internet, with the headline finding that online attention is being concentrated on fewer and fewer large domains. Now, this work has been extended to identify the top 15 Australian internet domains that have significant global status. There are some promising signs for new media and others.

Published in Guest Opinion

Lawyers for WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange will submit an application on Thursday [23 December], seeking leave to appeal to the UK Supreme Court to annul the High Court decision on his extradition to the US.

Published in Strategy

An op-ed in The Australian, which accuses journalists at the ABC and Guardian Australia of failing to provide balanced coverage of climate issues, conveniently avoids citing the full results of a study into electric vehicles, apparently to suit its own arguments.

Published in Open Sauce

The ABC, which claims to be Australia's "most trusted news service", failed to tell its viewers, during an investigative program on house prices, about the possible impact money laundering has on the local housing market.

Published in Open Sauce

A News Corp reporter has resorted to weasel words in a bid to again push the falsehood that the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies is pulling out of Australia.

Published in Open Sauce

Media organisations in Australia, who are not awash in the green stuff, will have to fork out a goodly amount to hire moderators for their Facebook and other social media accounts - or face the likely prospect of paying damages for defamation or libel.

Published in Open Sauce

Australian media company Nine Entertainment has restored a number of major systems affected in a network attack which was made public on 28 March but things are still not back to normal.

Published in Security

Claims by Nine Entertainment newspapers that the AFP is involved in investigating a network attack on the company's Sydney offices appear to be overblown.

Published in Security

News Corporation has announced it has reached a multi-year agreement with Facebook, to provide news to users of the social media site Down Under.

Published in Technology Regulation

Them pesky Russians are up to no good again, trying to hack their way in to steal research about COVID-19 vaccines. The attack appears to have been carried out by a fat man who couldn't be bothered to even hide his IP address, so sophisticated was his approach.

Published in Open Sauce

Google appears to be reluctant to offer comments from its Australia managing director Mel Silva to any other publication after she went on the record with The Australian to clarify that the news initiative announced by the company on Thursday would not be about offering cash to Australian publishers for the use of news snippets in search results.

Published in Open Sauce

In the midst of any national crisis, it is common to find people who want to make themselves heard somehow, even if they can only do so by making the most stupid statements possible. That is clearly the case with the utterance issued by Telstra chief executive Andrew Penn who has called on Australians to be more mindful of how they use the Internet.

Published in Open Sauce

Nominations have opened for the Australian communications industry’s premier awards - the ACOMMS - with 12 categories celebrating performance excellence in innovation, customer service, artificial intelligence, sustainability, the space sector, diversity and inclusion and product solutions across the telecommunications sector.

Security firm CrowdStrike is touting for more business, beyond its base in the US. That's probably why the company has put out a mid-year threat report which mostly contains details of tactics, techniques and procedures.

Published in Open Sauce

The treatment accorded to the news of Nine taking over Fairfax — yes, that is what it is — gives an indication of why the once great Fairfax newspapers have fallen into ruin.

Published in Open Sauce

The cost of NBN fibre connections to some residences in the country, published in The Australian this morning, serve to make the Coalition Government look good, at least temporarily.

Published in Open Sauce
Monday, 14 July 2014 11:55

Rupert Murdoch calls NBN 'ridiculous'

Media demi-god and conservative tabloid dictator Rupert Murdoch has slammed the National Broadband Network, describing it as a "ridiculous" idea.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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