Discussions of how information technology is changing Australia's public sector. We also look at technology implementations and migrations at various levels of government.
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Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has launched a new website built on data collected from the telcos purporting to display broadband availability across Australia.
Western Australians will go back to the polls after the High Court declared void the disputed result of the state's Senate election.
Australia's Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Scott Morrison calls in the consultants to determine how the privacy breach occurred.
The personal, identifying details of nearly 10,000 asylum seekers in Australia have been accidentally published online.
The Tasmanian government has upped the ante on the National Broadband Network, after the Liberal opposition appeared to concede that the issue could cost it next month's state election.
Labor Shadow Communications Minister Jason Clare has said that content providers like Foxtel need to encourage users to find legal methods to get content, rather than asking governments to punish those who use BitTorrent.
Western Australia appears set to go back to the polls after the High Court found that it cannot determine the outcome of the Senate election.
Tasmanian Opposition Leader Will Hodgman has admitted that the federal Liberal Party's plan for the NBN could lose him the chance to become premier.
When Australian Attorney-General George Brandis provided an example of a film that was a victim of online copyright infringement, it happened to be one produced by a major donor to the Liberal Party.
The Republic of Korea will harmonise its copyright laws with Australia within two years of the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement coming into force.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Australia would never use its intelligence gathering for commercial purposes, after reports that one of its spy agencies offered US counterparts information on trade talks with Indonesia.
Australian Parliamentary Secretary for Communications Paul Fletcher has indicated that the government will scale back the amount of regulation in the telecommunications industry.
When it comes to developing a legal framework for Australia's digital future, Attorney-General George Brandis has shown us that he's completely up to speed — with the 19th Century.
A fleet of 150 Android-powered mobile fingerprint biometric scanners from NEC will be deployed to allow the South Australian police verify identities of suspects on the spot.
Half a million dollars has been promised by the opposition party in South Australia for startups, should it win government.