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Catfishing with Dominique Grubisa: The DG Institute’s fake reviews

Dominque Grubisa, the lawyer who's made millions by advising clients on how to make money via ...  
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 ...  
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' ...  
Is laser going to be the next telecoms frontier?

Laser technology is proving to be highly valuable when it comes to telecommunications infrastru ...  
Government announces reversal of broadband fibre policies

The Australian Government has finally admitted that the nation is in desperate need of a broadband ...  
Angus Taylor's coal and gas roadmap to nowhere

The Coalition will continue to devote taxpayer dollars to deny the science until they are voted ...  
Newcastle: Leading the way for Australian smart cities

Newcastle's transformation into one of Australia's leading smart cities should be an inspiration ...  
Humans are under threat from more than just the pandemic

There is a more fundamental threat to life than the current pandemic and it encompasses much more ...  
Data trusts could secure our right to privacy

Data trusts could help to restore the balance between privacy and effective governance, writes ...  
5G will not be the panacea for all our communication needs

While many are expecting the 5G network to be a technological marvel, the benefits will come with ...  
The success of telehealth

COVID-19 has proved a catalyst in transforming telehealth services, writes Paul Budde.  
Telstra is going on to take the NBN monopoly

In a reversal of events, Telstra, being the former telecoms monopoly, is trying to take on NBN Co ...  
Smart cities moving into the 5G network

With the 5G network getting closer, it's time to look at the benefits of integrating the techno ...  
Call for an NBN user revolt to send a message to the Government

NBN Co has demonstrated its capability to offer greater capacity, yet the Government is encoura ...  
NBN cost blowout means it is poor value for money

The Government must act to make the NBN commercially viable, writes Paul Budde.  

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