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If the deal does go through, it could impact several European countries and beyond the continent too.
Telstra is adding Hobart, Brisbane, and a number of regional locations to its '4GX' 700MHz network.
Amcom will buy Megaport's Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane fibre assets in a deal worth AU$15 million.
The ACMA and the Australian Privacy Commissioner have signed a deal to work together in a bid to streamline telecommunications, spam, and telemarketing matters, and to ease duplication in their respective duties.
Telstra has signed a deal with Motorola Solutions that is expected to further the development of the emergency services' LANES capability, which will be trialled during the G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane next month.
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Data retention laws in Sweden looked dead a few months ago, but it's alive and kicking with all but one ISP resuming the collection of user data to aid law enforcement investigations.
After nearly two years in the role, Telstra CIO Patrick Eltridge has announced that he will be leaving the company to explore international opportunities.
iiNet has secured an agreement with the Victorian government to build an AU$6.7 million public Wi-Fi network in Melbourne, Ballarat, and Bendigo.
Vocus Communications has taken a 10 percent stake in Amcom Telecommunications Limited, along with a conditional proposal that could see a combination of the rival businesses.
Telstra has said that the iPhone 6 launch this month performed better than that of the iPhone 5, but the company lacks sufficient supply of the devices from Apple.
After years of adding millions of customers onto its mobile network, Telstra CEO David Thodey has admitted that the company is entering a phase of slowed growth.
The Department of Communications has argued that forcing ISPs to block certain websites under Section 313 of the Telecommunications Act is not a form of internet filtering.
iiNet has been thrown back into the courts by rights holders for the film Dallas Buyers Club, with the holders seeking to obtain the details of customers alleged to have illicitly shared the film online.
Sure Telecom has been issued with a direction to comply with the TCP Code after the Australian Communications and Media Authority discovered it was making unauthorised customer transfers from other providers.