Articles about Australia
The Australian government expects its new counter-terrorism laws to pass in parliament after accepting all of the recommendations made by a committee looking into the new legislation.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman has begun reporting a rise in complaints from customers connecting to the National Broadband Network.
The Department of Communications has argued that forcing ISPs to block certain websites under Section 313 of the Telecommunications Act is not a form of internet filtering.
iiNet has been thrown back into the courts by rights holders for the film Dallas Buyers Club, with the holders seeking to obtain the details of customers alleged to have illicitly shared the film online.
Following the arrest of a staff member, the Australian Bureau of Statistics is implementing all of the recommendations that were made to the organisation to strengthen its sensitive information controls.
Telstra is aiming to provide telehealth services all over Australia via the NBN and its 4G network.
Sure Telecom has been issued with a direction to comply with the TCP Code after the Australian Communications and Media Authority discovered it was making unauthorised customer transfers from other providers.
Australian e-commerce platform Bigcommerce has inked an integration deal with Alibaba Group, the Chinese online e-commerce giant that had the largest IPO ever when it listed on the New York Stock Exchange in September.
NBN Co's payments to Telstra won't factor in to the ACCC's determination for the price of regulated services, the watchdog has indicated.
Similar research conducted by Accenture and Forrester Research have found that Australian companies are lagging in using big data as part of their business operations.
Apple's Steve Wozniak has taken up a position at the University of Technology, Sydney, as an adjunct professor. Sometimes in the flesh, and at other times teleconferencing.
The Australian communications watchdog has revealed that Australian government agencies are accessing more data than we previously thought.
ASX-listed Empired has bought the New Zealand Microsoft services specialist for NZ$19.3 million.
Australia's metadata-retention debate needs more than just an injection of technical clue. Some nuanced political discussion, informed by history and the law, would also be handy.