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The CSIRO wireless local area network (WLAN) Prototype Test Bed is being recognised in the National Museum of Australia’s “A History of the World...
The Government is seeking comments from interested stakeholders on the ongoing operation of the telecommunications-specific anti-competitive conduct laws in Part XIB of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 given wider changes to the Act.
We are seeking your feedback on a draft instrument to exempt certain developments in rural and remote areas from the requirement to install fibre-ready pit and pipe under Part 20A of the Telecommunications Act 1997.
The Minister for Communications and the Arts, Senator the Hon Mitch Fifield, is considering amending the Carrier Licence Conditions (Networks Supplying Superfast Carriage Services to Residential Customers Declaration 2014).
The Minister for Communications and the Arts is considering extending existing carrier licence conditions that require certain superfast...
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released the Internet Activity, Australia, June 2016 (cat no 8153.0).
Frequently asked questions about the migration of monitored fire alarms and lift phones.
The Australian Government is seeking comments on possible amendments to telecommunications carrier powers and immunities.
The Australian Government is seeking stakeholder feedback on draft legislation to implement a package of reforms for the telecommunications industry.
The Migration Assurance Framework has been developed in collaboration with industry and sets out roles and responsibilities to assist in a smooth migration for customers taking up new National Broadband Network (NBN) services.
The Australian Government has tabled a report in Parliament of the review into access to telecommunications data in civil proceedings.
The Australian Government is seeking your feedback on prohibiting the non-consensual sharing of intimate images, and implementing civil penalties to deter persons and content hosts who share intimate images or videos of another person without their consent.
Existing criminal laws have led to the conviction of ‘revenge porn’ perpetrators in the past, so why are civil penalties necessary?
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