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Today marks the start of National eSmart Week focusing on online safety in our communities.
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.
We’ve released a discussion paper on the management of Australia’s .au domain and want to hear from you.
We're hosting a meeting in December 2017 to discuss the management framework of Australia’s .au domain.
The Government has introduced legislation to prohibit the non-consensual sharing or threat to share intimate images online.
Australia’s demand for online services and content continues to grow according to a new report.
New measures have been announced to provide consumers with more information and extra protections as they choose an internet plan and transition to...
Watch how communities in Queensland are benefiting from the Mobile Black Spot Program and the NBN Sky Muster satellite.
A better internet starts with you.
The Bureau of Communications and Arts Research (BCAR) has released a working paper that examines the demand for fixed-line broadband in Australia...
Australian schools have come together today to promote a bullying free environment for students.
The NBN rollout is now 80 percent complete in regional areas.
The Government has released a report on the findings of the review of the .au Domain Administration (auDA).
An independent committee has been appointed to undertake a review of regional telecommunication services.
Consultations are open on the first stage of the Consumer Safeguards Review.
There are now 4 million premises active on the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Regional Telecommunications Review 2018 public consultations to commence in Queensland.
The 2018 Regional Telecommunications Review will hold public consultations in WA next week.