Pro-euthanasia group Exit International is holding national hacking crash-courses in how to bypass the Federal Government's planned ISP-level Internet content filter with help from the Australian Pirate Party.
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The National Broadband Network Company, NBN Co, has signed up three software support contracts worth $23 million.
The Commonwealth Bank has apologised to customers after a computer malfunction prevented the notification of credit card statements from being emailed to account holders in the last week of February. The bank told affected customers in an email that they would be reimbursed for any fees or charges incurred as a result of the fault, which it blamed on a “one-time error”.
Australians would rather use the Internet to interact with government than walk into a department office, according to a new report.
Windows 7 led to a boom in PC sales towards the end of last year as consumer interest spiked after the successor to the unpopular Windows Vista operating system was released, according to research firm IDC.
Gamers dress as zombies to raise awareness about the lack of an R18+ rating for video games in Australia
A parliamentary standing committee on public works is set to assess the value of a supercomputer that will support Australia’s Square Kilometre Array (SKA).
The Western Australian Government came under attack from hackers who defaced nine of its websites in two days, including the Government House and the City of Perth earlier this month.
The Federal Government has remained quiet on alleged concerns raised by the US State Department on a proposal to install Internet content filters in Australia. Under the national mandatory filtering plan, ISPs would be required to install filtering technology to prohibit access to websites on a government-held blacklist.
The Bureau of Metrology has developed a new data standard which promises to eliminate the need to clean up hundreds of non-compliant forms on available water resources.
Ineffective security measures in Western Australian government agencies are failing to protect sensitive staff and taxpayer information, according to an official security audit.
I paid a visit to my partner working in a hospital over the weekend and couldn't help overhearing an amusing insight into how technology has created a confusing linguistic evolution. (What else can you do in a waiting room without a copy of CW?)
Google’s upgraded version of its automated Web application scanner, SkipFish, has received glowing reviews from local security experts.
The election of South Australian backbencher Jon Rau as the state's Attorney-General has been hailed a breakthrough for higher classification reform for video games.
The Queensland government has tipped $14 million into wiretapping capabilities to support new phone interception powers handed to police last year.