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Italy's artists and creatives are hoping to have the levy charged on all blank storage increased, while consumers groups and hardware companies are opposed to what they see as an unfair tax. The battle rages on.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: “If Marco Civil is passed, this would be the best possible birthday gift for Brazilian and global Web users."
The Obama administration proposes to end the NSA's bulk phone record collection. Here's why the revamp gets sticky.
An AU$18.4 million deal to expand capacity on the NBN interim satellite service will bring the speed up from below dial up, according to Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Chinese government wants its U.S. counterpart to provide a "clear explanation" over reports the NSA had infiltrated servers operated by Huawei, to spy on the Chinese networking giant's top executives.
While the Australian government decides the fate of NBN competition, TPG is already building its fibre to the basement network and has live trial customers.
Former US president Jimmy Carter has said that he believes his email is monitored, and in order to avoid such surveillance, posts letters to foreign leaders instead.
Telstra has pointed to the price drops in roaming, and the availability of Wi-Fi as reasons why the Australian government should back away from plans to regulate mobile roaming charges.
It's like something out of a bad Bond clone. The robotic image of Edward Snowden rants at TED, Netflix (which consumes more bandwidth than just about anyone) else wants net neutrality (duh), and the NSA does its job by monitoring questionable Chinese tech supplier Huawei. There's lots more 'round the world, so click on in.
Treasury has thrown its support behind the government capping off NBN Co investment at AU$29.5 billion, and opening up the network to infrastructure-based competition.
A new deal between Poland's ministry of defence and three universities is aimed at swelling the ranks of its cyberwar forces.
Turks wanting to tweet are limited to tweeting through mobile telephone text services after the country's government blocked the social network.
The latest revelation from the cache of Snowden documents shows that the NSA targets sysadmins to gain access to the infrastructure that they are responsible for.
If there is one company that would benefit from the upholding of net neutrality, it is Netflix.
The two countries have been working on several important joint digital government projects over the past several years.