In what way could the tax code be just like Apple's products? Why is Spandas Lui worried about all the group voucher websites she buys from? And why is iiNet having a bit of a National Broadband Network (NBN) fire sale with its infrastructure?
All those questions and more are answered on this week's Technolatte podcast, as the Australian team discusses:
Apple CEO Tim Cook fronting US Congress over its approach to tax minimisation across the globe
PayPal, which has, rather unsurprisingly, suggested that Australians are unaware of how many sites have their information
iiNet's decision to sell the TransACT fibre-to-the-premises (FttP) network in Canberra to NBN Co for up to AU$13.8 million, and the company looking to sell even more, should there be a change of government.
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Running time: 27 minutes, 4 seconds