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The Victorian government has released the state's public transport timetable data, allowing developers and the likes of Google Maps to be able to provide detailed public transport trip directions for the city.
Following Labor and the government teaming up to pass mandatory data-retention legislation in the Senate on Thursday night, Telstra has announced plans to store the encrypted data in Australia.
Other cloud giants with FedRAMP status handed down by other U.S. Government departments include Microsoft Office 365 and Amazon Web Services.
The government and Labor have jointly ensured that the telecommunications data of all Australians will be retained for two years for warrantless access by law-enforcement agencies.
A new bill has been introduced to make sharing cyberthreat data between corporations and the government less risky -- legally.
Attorney-General George Brandis has revealed that the estimated average cost for storing telecommunications data will be close to AU$4 per customer, per year.
The CEOs of Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, iiNet, Macquarie Telecom, M2, and others have signed a letter demanding Australian Attorney-General George Brandis and Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull detail how much the government is willing to pay for the mandatory data-retention scheme.
Blackberry is back in the tablet game, with a model based on the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and optimized to run SecuSuite software.
A Senate committee overwhelmingly passes a controversial bill aimed at sharing user data with the government, in efforts to prevent cyberattacks. Just one lawmaker opposed.
Despite reports to the contrary, Silent Circle's general counsel said the company has not received a single government demand "of any type" for user or business data.
Cloud services provider Bulletproof and Hitachi Data Systems Australia are in the latest list of companies to be added to the Australian Department of Finance's whole-of-government cloud services panel.
Tech companies aren't allowed to tell you when the government wants your data. Enter the warrant canary.
The Australian government is taking on all 39 recommendations made by the parliamentary committee reviewing its controversial data-retention Bill.
A project in partnership with the World Bank wants to take bus management at the Brazilian capital to the next level
Nine new suppliers including Dimension Data and iiNet have joined companies such as Microsoft and IBM on the Australian government's cloud services panel.
If mandatory data-retention legislation is truly vital for the safety and security of Australians, then why isn't the government taking the time to get it right?
Behind closed doors, Labor MPs are busily negotiating with the government over exactly how much, and for how long, Australians' personal telecommunications data will be stored, and how it can be accessed.
Facebook's ThreatExchange, a social platform designed to enable cyberattack data sharing, is the latest example of how companies and government agencies are trying to aggregate intelligence.
The microblogging site said that overall requests are up, lumping the US with Turkey and Russia as countries that have significantly increased in government data demands.