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The Interactive Gambling Amendment Bill 2016 will address illegal offshore gambling operators in effect.
The Migration Assurance Framework was released on Monday.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout has hit yet another milestone, with 6 million homes and businesses now ready to connect.
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner has launched the Young & eSafe (YES) platform to empower young people with the skills to navigate safely...
Residual spectrum will be up for grabs in an upcoming competitive auction.
Today marks the start of National eSmart Week focusing on online safety in our communities.
We are consulting on the exposure draft of new copyright regulations to make sure they are fit for purpose in the digital environment.
The Government has passed historic changes to Australia’s media laws—the largest reforms in nearly three decades.
The Australian Government has released its strategy to support the timely rollout of 5G in Australia.
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner (the eSafety Office) has released a pilot portal for reporting instances of the non-consensual sharing of...
The Government has announced a review of the management of the .au domain to ensure its fit for purpose in Australia’s modern digital landscape.
The eSafety Office is taking part in a global pilot with Facebook to prevent intimate images of Australians being shared on online.
Do you have the vision and leadership qualities to be the full-time Deputy Chair/CEO or a full time member of the ACMA?
Australia has been recognised with an award for our substantial contribution to the development work of the International Telecommunication Union ...
We’ve released a discussion paper on the management of Australia’s .au domain and want to hear from you.
Applications are now open for the Priority Locations funding round of the Mobile Black Spot Program....
We're hosting a meeting in December 2017 to discuss the management framework of Australia’s .au domain.
From 1 January 2019, new copyright terms will apply works, sound recordings and films, dependent upon whether the material has been made public...
A Bill was introduced in Parliament today to extend safe harbour provisions in the Copyright Act 1968.
The Government has introduced legislation to prohibit the non-consensual sharing or threat to share intimate images online.
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