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A communications union official has said that Telstra is 'hiding behind the statistics' for the quality of its copper network, and that the network is much worse than even Telstra knows.
Ahead of the completion of NBN Co's strategic review, Shadow Communications Minister Jason Clare has told ZDNet that Labor is concerned the government will rescind its NBN promises, as it did for education funding.
Despite last week's US-led opposition to the United Nations' "Rights To Privacy In The Digital Age," the resolution put forward as a reaction to US surveillance activities was passed.
And now, for your reading pleasure, the very worst from the tech world in 2013.
A Labor and Greens dominated NBN senate committee will hold hearings over the next two days that will include appearances from 'reluctant' NBN Co executives.
Not implementing strategies recommended by national security agencies, failing to have a process in place to inform ministers of attacks, and failing to conduct proper penetration tests are just some of the auditor-general's findings.
A cryptic comment in a police report is raising questions about whether the United States' National Security Agency spied on internet tycoon and New Zealand resident Kim Dotcom.
Unsatisfied with NBN Co requiring ISPs to get informed consent from users who don't want battery backup for their NBN services, the media regulator is seeking to step in and oversee the process.
Norway's government has unveiled a seed fund for new tech businesses with international potential.
The Australian government is seeking a new mobile panel that will offer expanded services and devices to government agencies, including the offering of tablets.
The Australian Federal Police says no sensitive information was compromised when Indonesian-based hackers accessed log-in details of a member through the Crime Stoppers website.
Known in gov-speak as the Legged Squad Support System (or LS3), the idea is to remove the amount of weight a ground trooper has to carry in combat.
This article is a companion piece to Marines test giant autonomous headless horsebot, published in ZDNet government.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is seeking a biometrics advisory panel to look at new passport ID alternatives.
Is Telstra's copper network dead or isn't it? Experts just can't seem to agree – nor can those people that were supposed to be Malcolm Turnbull's allies, who are compromising his Telstra renegotiations and his case for rural FttN at the same time.