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Jumping on the Australian video streaming boom

Digital video streaming is on the rise in Australia and changing the way we consume our enterta ...  
NBN issues are widening the inequality gap in Australia

The current monopolised price packaging for NBN services isn't friendly towards those struggling ...  
Democracy, social media and neoliberalism

In order to safeguard our democracy, a "smart" grassroots approach is needed to shift the balan ...  
Second-rate NBN isolates people everywhere

Truly terrible broadband is depriving people of work opportunities and isolating them — even in ...  
A community fix for Australia's second-rate rural broadband

Over the last decade, Australia has spent $5.5 billion on satellite and fixed wireless broadband ...  
Voila! The new NBN corporate plan

While Australia struggles to figure out its NBN problems, a new plan has been formed based on ...  
The 5G answer to the second-rate NBN

For as long the NBN has been under development we have heard comments that the NBN is not needed ...  
The privatisation of the NBN

It might come as a surprise to many but there is no national plan regarding the future of the ...  
Subscribing to success: Preserving Australian legacy media

The ACCC is searching for new ways to salvage Australian legacy media outlets, but innovation is ...  
NBN Co’s gain is the retailer's loss

Changes in marketing have led to a profit for NBN Co, but there are still plenty of economical and ...  
NBN Co's dominance squeezing its market competitors

NBN Co is putting pressure on its competitors while they fail to fight back, writes Paul Budde.  
Telstra and the second rate NBN: The gloves are off

It is becoming clear that the Coalition Government and NBN Co are struggling to save the NBN from ...  
Stuart 'Robodebt' Robert and unfunded empathy

Stuart Robert thinks Centrelink's shambolic robodebt recovery system is working well, despite at ...  
Optus and the question of data retention

Will the data retention scheme result in a cost blow out for the roll-out of 5G?  
FaceApp: Have I accidentally sold my soul?

Is FaceApp a circling bird of prey ready to swoop on our data and identities or is it merely a pit ...  
Lunar narratives: Landing on the Moon, politics and the Cold War

The Cold War played a large role in the first lunar landing, even to the extent of involving a ...  
NBN sale ruled out — taxpayers to pay instead

It seems the NBN will not be sold, for now, but it remains a political football, which can be ...  
Blame the Government, not Netflix, for NBN failure

Commentators blaming Netflix for the failures of the NBN have got it wrong, writes Paul Budde.