The Australian Prime Minister is still yet to retrieve access to his WeChat account.
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All testimonies before the Select Committee on Social Media and Online Safety on Tuesday called for social media companies to be held more responsible for the trolling that resides on their platforms.
Some people in NSW were unable to cast their local election vote due to the iVote system not issuing them with the necessary security credential before the close of voting on election day.
With outages and surging electricity prices, Kosovo will ban the production of cryptocurrency to ease energy consumption.
There are no vulnerability disclosure programs in place nor any future plans to implement such a thing for Australia's COVID-19 digital certificate.
Over 30 businesses have come to Australia's Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman with concerns about online fake reviews.
A pair of new rules on cybersecurity and algorithmic recommendations continue China's crackdown on tech.
Senate committee wants foreign interference social media reporting rules by next Australian election
A Senate Select Committee received testimony prior to the new year that both government and social media platforms are unsure of how to go about reporting foreign interference on social media platforms.
PJCIS chair James Paterson said law enforcement agencies have made the case that encryption busting powers are necessary for fighting national security threats.
Australia's Information Commissioner has called for a positive duty on organisations to handle personal information fairly and reasonably in light of the federal government considering amendments to the Privacy Act.