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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has officially launched its new spam reporting tool, Spam SMS, allowing Australians to report spam by forwarding the message to a specified mobile number.
Recent statistics indicating a rapid increase in the number of users accessing social networking sites via mobile phone users, should come as no surprise, according to one social media expert.
Despite months of lobbying, a Google and iiNet-backed industry group, the Safer Internet Group (SIG), has been unsuccessful in meeting with the communications minister, Stephen Conroy, to discuss their alternative to the Government’s proposed mandatory ISP-filter.
The Australian job market has shown its resilience in the face of tough global economic conditions, recording a 5.47 per cent increase in the number of job ads run during May.
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Telstra has announced the launch of new mobile device capable of doubling of data speeds over the Next G network and scheduled for release by the end of this year.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched legal action against Optus for an alleged violation of the <i>Trade Practices Act 1974</i> through the telco's use of the word “unlimited.”
The NBN Co has appointed a principal regulatory affairs, Clayton Utz senior partner Caroline Lovell, as its internal and external liaison on legal matters.
BlueScope Steel has extended its business support services contract with Capgemini Australia, an international provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, until December 2016. q
The National Roads and Motoring Association (NRMA) has thrown its weight behind a new technology with the potential to curb speeding drivers, but has questioned the public's readiness to fully utlise the technology.
The Federal Government has bowed to public and industry pressure, proposing new amendments that would address privacy and data security-related issues associated with its Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Bill.