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A new package of regulation has been passed in Italy, cutting the costs and time needed to get sites blocked or copyright infringing work removed from the internet. But is the law as well thought out as it should be?
Read the letter from the NSA whistleblower to the Brazilian people
In a bid to 'repair the Budget', the federal government has redirected funding from research projects in what it calls 'good news for Australia'.
NBN Co will not be guaranteeing 25Mbps download speeds, according to NBN Co executive chairman Ziggy Switkowski, because NBN guarantees have 'lost their currency'.
Proposed changes to Australia's R&D tax credit and early stage investment programs have been dismissed, leaving the startup industry without a break.
It's never a dull week watching and mocking the shenanigans of governments worldwide. This week is no different, except there's more NSA, a little nostalgia for 2013, and, well, porn. So pretty much same ol' same ol'.
Fibre-to-the-basement trials in Melbourne have produced download speeds of 108Mbps, according to Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Telstra and Optus' existing HFC networks will be crucial for the Coalition to even meet less than half of its 25Mbps promise in 2016, and despite the criticism of the proposal, NBN Co board member Simon Hackett has said that HFC still has a lot to offer.
New Zealand telecommunications wholesaler Chorus has been presented with a range of options for cutting costs in a report prepared by Ernst & Young.
Attendees at the Paris summit of the G20 finance ministers and central bank governors fell for an email promising nude photos of Carla Bruni, former supermodel and wife of French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has appointed Labor critic Henry Ergas to the independent expert panel to conduct a cost-benefit analysis into broadband and NBN regulation.
A shift to infrastructure as a service (IaaS) among other changes sees project costs increase as signs of slippage emerge in release schedule.
Figures released by the Attorney-General's Department reveal a rise in the number of authorisations given to government agencies to access telecommunications metadata for criminal investigations from 290,358 to 319,874 in the last financial year.
After two long years of consultation, the competition watchdog has finally accepted NBN Co's special access undertaking.
The telco's investment will provide a major boost in growth of broadband services in rural areas, as well as enable delivery of e-governance, e-education, and e-health services.