Robo-debt Royal Commission, eSafety capabilities and anti-trolling laws on the Australian election agenda
The Opposition has come out vowing that it will establish a Royal Commission into robo-debt by the end of the year, while the government is offering boosted eSafety capabilities and legislating the lapsed anti-trolling Bill.
The watchdog wants to see more consumer protection and dispute mechanisms introduced.
Opposition says it supports the OECD's 15% minimum tax rate and is proposing that additional tax reporting requirements be introduced.
The tax agency wants to see the new replacement in before tax time 2024.
Austrac listed a range of behavioural and financial indicators to look out for.
Various cybercrime and cyber threat groups have recently publicly pledged support for the Russian government in retaliation to sanctions against Russia for its invasion into Ukraine.
The contract has been renewed for another three years at a value of AU$174 million.
The industry watchdog will be granted a host of legal powers to enforce the rules.
From May to November 2020, the COVIDSafe app chipped in 0.1% of all close contact detections in New South Wales.
The 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap has identified priorities for future investment in Australia's national research infrastructure.
ASD director-general Rachel Noble said the new jobs will start being rolled out in financial year 2022-23.
The upcoming service is expected to be provided on an opt-in basis.