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6G: We could be looking at techno tyranny

Trust, privacy and security must be key considerations in the development of highly intelligent ...  
Major corporations rush towards clean energy commitment

A major shift towards clean energy targets is being seen among some of Australia's leading busi ...  
Opportunity knocks for telcos with Telstra split

The long-awaited breaking up of Telstra could be an enormous boon for the telecoms industry ...  
The importance of regulating disinformation and 'fake news'

It was interesting to see that, albeit belatedly, the American media started to stop giving ...  
'Smart regional towns': Game-changers for rural Australia

Developments in telecommunications and technology are key to creating more liveable regional ...  
Scott Morrison’s gold standard ICAC distractions

It’s both comical and disconcerting to see the Prime Minister huffing and puffing over a few ...  
Government-backed NBN monopoly flexes its muscles

The monopoly NBN Co enjoys adversely affects the wider public, writes Paul Budde.   
NBN battle between the ACCC and the Government

Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has issued a Statement of Expectation to the ACCC over their ...  
How technology can help Australia's agricultural sector thrive

The rise of "smart farming" is heavily dependent on the accessibility of technology and the inter ...  
The existential dangers of social media

There has been an enormous amount of discussion on the damage that social media is causing on a ...  
Aged care residents neglected once again

Has the Government learned anything about the need to adequately fund and oversee aged care?   
The ACCC versus tech giants: Why the ACCC won't win

The Australian Government’s attempt to strong-arm Google and Facebook with its ACCC Media ...  
Telcos are key to smart city success

Cities must collaborate with telcos in the development of 5G if they want to maximise 'smart' ...  
Mainstream media chastises China, ignoring U.S. crimes

Journalism can never be totally objective.  
Federal Government fast-tracks grants to Foxtel

According to an ABC report, government funds were fast-tracked to Foxtel during the coronavirus ...  
'Twiggy' refuses to rule out destruction of Aboriginal sacred sites

There are mining companies and then there are mining companies.  
Thousands of registered migration agents to lose accreditation with new legislation

New legislation affecting the roles of migration agents is a step backwards for industry profes ...  
'Press release journalism' favours Morrison and the Liberal Party

Of late, it has become increasingly frustrating to follow the news.  

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