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One US spy program had been approved, but only with careful considerations to privacy, but once the NSA began using it, they ignored the rules designed to protect the innocent.
During his visit to the Chinese capital, the former U.S. president urges China and the U.S. to tell each other the extent of spying each is conducting.
Following successful lab trials of fibre to the building technology, NBN Co is now seeking ISPs to begin testing out the technology in the real world.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott continues to come under fire for refusing to address claims that phone belonging to the Indonesian president and other officials were spied on.
The doctors couldn't fix healthcare. The lawyers couldn't fix healthcare. The politicians certainly couldn't fix healthcare. So now it's up to us in IT.
NBN Co's chief technology officer Gary McLaren has said that the speed and product trials of VDSL technology conducted by NBN Co have proven to be a success.
Despite considering that parliamentarians should assume they are being compromised by the US' spy program, parliamentary services stood by and said nothing because they hadn't yet seen an attack.
Even though 70 percent of India's population live in rural areas, telcos are still focused on providing services and products to urban areas instead.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says that he would never say or do anything that might damage the strong relationship with Indonesia, despite reports emerging of Australian spying on the communications of leading members of the Indonesian government in 2009.
Indonesian president, his wife, vice president, and other senior members of the Indonesian government were the target of phone surveillance, documents show.
Concerns over U.S. surveillance are apparently leading to a "de-Americanization" of IT environments in Asia-Pacific, specifically China, as governments ban the use of U.S. technology. Is the paranoia necessary?
Factoring in the astounding growth of Internet communications worldwide, America's security establishment isn't quite as draconian as many in the press sometimes claim.
One of the highest-profile initiatives focused on creating an innovation ecosystem in Brazil will kick off next month
The New Zealand government has called on services firm Ernst & Young to assess the impact of the NZ regulator's copper pricing decision on wholesale operator Chorus.
The Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett has today switched on the supercomputer at the Pawsey Centre in Perth as part of the SKA project.