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Despite continued hostile exchanges with the Australian, British, and US governments, Huawei Technologies has reported an increase in revenue and profit for the first half of 2014.
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Director-General David Irvine has said critics of the controversial data retention proposals fail to understand the safeguards in place.
The start of search operations coincides with a series of Brazil-China technology agreements.
New research suggests that 'government-grade' malware designed to operate undetected on computer systems is in the hands of cybercriminals who are integrating it into rootkits and ransomware.
The United Nations Human Rights Council has said that forcing telecommunications companies to retain customer data on behalf of law enforcement agencies is "neither necessary nor proportionate".
It is essential that an organization's critical computer/networking systems and services are properly monitored so that staff can be made aware of and respond to problems and trends. This System...
However, Comcast does not endorse the "reclassification of broadband as a telecommunications service."
A website has been set up to list links Google has removed from search results following the European 'right to be forgotten' ruling.
Updated: The Coalition's plan to dismantle the Labor-Greens majority NBN Senate committee in favour of a joint committee dominated by government MPs, with the help of Palmer United Party senators, has been delayed after the government lacked the votes in the Senate to pass the motion.
Australia may follow in the UK's footsteps in implementing data retention, but the government won't be rushed on it, according to Attorney-General George Brandis.
Records management specialist iCognition joined the Australia's Federal Government’s Multi Use List to position for the future, reports David Hazan.
The Australian government has defied a Senate motion calling for the release of the source code to the AEC's election vote counting software on fears the software could be manipulated or hacked.
Providing police access to Opal card data without a warrant only happens as part of law enforcement, according to Transport for New South Wales.
Talking points obtained under Freedom of Information state that any mandatory data retention regime in Australia would be different to the European directive that was thrown out by the European Court of Justice.
Australian Labor MP and the chair of the committee that investigated Australia's telecommunications interception laws has called for the Coalition government to bring on data retention legislation.