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If Microsoft, Google, Facebook and other tech leaders want the NSA's surveillance practices reformed they need to start talking about the potential financial hit a lot more.
As the Australian government rejects a senate request to table the text of the TPP agreement, a new leak has suggested Australia and other negotiating nations are opposing a number of intellectual property proposals put forward by the United States.
Uncertainty over the future of the National Broadband Network over the last three years has stopped businesses from investing in broadband, according to the CSIRO.
Fraudulent certificates were used in a commercial device to inspect encrypted traffic on a private network.
IBM believes the court case is only to make it a "political scapegoat".
Genetic testing service 23andMe said it will comply with an FDA order and that means you'll get a DNA data dump without any interpretation. What's the point?
NSW's datacentre consolidation project is finally being realised with the finance minister officially unveiling its new ICT home today.
Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has said the government will not respond to a review of the Copyright Act until next year, and is unlikely to adapt the law for the digital age.
Wellington City Council has delayed the release of a tender for a new core council platform to allow other regional councils to climb aboard.
An international arms control regime is planning to create export controls for some software security tools on the grounds that they might be used for nefarious purposes.
A new AU$8 million research facility will look at the social aspects of creating tomorrow's user interfaces.
Shadow Trade Minister Penny Wong has called for the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement to be made public before Australia signs onto the agreement.
A whole-of-government approach to managing contracts in the Queensland government has failed to reap the expected benefits because the government didn't ensure the new system was compatible with the SAP finance system.
The Australian Defence CIO Dr Peter Lawrence reflects on his year in the CIO role and reveals plans for the department to begin to offer staff iPhones and iPads instead of the traditional BlackBerry device in 2014.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has indicated he will not release the NBN Co strategic review on Monday, despite an order from the Senate to do so.