Should we be concerned by more news of Android malware? Why is the Information Commissioner refusing to release information on Australia's top 50 websites? And has week two of the election campaign taught us anything new about either Labor or the Coalition's National Broadband Network (NBN) policies?
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team discusses:
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, which said that privacy policies on the top 50 sites visited by Australians are long and complex
Australia's attorney-general claiming that Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning aren't whistleblowers, and Labor and the Liberal party both shying away from releasing NBN business plans and costings.
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Running time: 29 minutes, 43 seconds