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The Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity has said that requiring telcos to retain customer data for a set period of time will help investigate law enforcement corruption.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that there will be an independent audit into the advice the former Labor government received when it decided to create the National Broadband Network.
The Australian government has awarded Oakton an AU$4.8 million, four-year contract to overhaul its troubled document verification service.
Labor will introduce legislation into the Senate today aimed at forcing NBN Co to keep rolling out fibre to 200,000 Tasmanian premises.
Google has asked the Australian government to review the power given to agencies to compel ISPs to block websites.
New Zealand's Labour Party appears set to co-opt a key policy from Kim Dotcom's nascent Internet Party.
New Zealand tax department denies SAP is favoured for the biggest IT project in New Zealand history.
Three Australian government agencies that have used the Telecommunications Act to force ISPs to block sites have indicated to the government that they intend to use that power again.
ZDNet's resident cyberwar expert, David Gewirtz, presents a SITREP (situation report) analyzing unexpected areas where US interests might be vulnerable in the unlikely event that the Russian invasion of Ukraine generates a response by US or UN forces.
Iran's culture minister has compared the country's internet filtering system with the nation's ban on fax machines and video tapes in the 1980s.
It's one of those three-letter weeks. Identity theft is up, the NSA is getting down, the FBI wants to go real-time, and the RSA conference is just an out-of-control mess. Same ol' same ol'.
The Australian Department of Human Services' customer-facing system Customer First is taking the blame for issues that are often not the fault of the new system.
The Google Maps team has been ramping up its game to serve commercial customers, from app developers to enterprise Apps subscribers.
Experts argue that, up until now, robots have been limited to jobs in the following three realms: dirty, dangerous or dull.
A total of 1.4 million Australians have registered for an e-health record as public hospitals have been increasingly encouraging patients to sign up for the service.