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5G has been described as a “game changer” and there’s a lot of information and opinions about it. Some of it is accurate but a lot of it isn’t. ...
Be on the lookout for misinformation that falsely links 5G to COVID-19.
We want to hear your views on the design of the Australian 5G Innovation Initiative.
The new report examines trends across key sectors of the economy in response to COVID-19.
The Australian Broadband Advisory Council will explore ways to maximise the benefits of high-speed connectivity.
Hundreds of satellite dishes to be installed on emergency buildings such as Rural Fire Service depots around Australia.
New analysis shows Australia's fixed broadband performs strongly on key indicators.
Analysis shows Australians are taking up higher speed broadband plans.
COVID-19 is having unprecedented effects on communities in Australia and around the world....
Advanced Mobile Location has been deployed in Australia
Encouraging the adoption of new technologies in agriculture and health is a priority for the Australian Broadband Advisory Council.
The science about its safety is clear.
Consultation has begun on the Government’s proposed Online Safety Bill.
Mobile Network Operators and Mobile Network Infrastructure Providers are encouraged to submit applications for funding to deliver new and improved...
On Thursday 10 December, the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, the Hon Paul Fletcher MP made a notice designating parts of...
Learn more about the Government’s proposed copyright reforms to better support the needs of Australians and our public institutions.
The new Progress in Australian Regions Dashboard helps answer the question of how our regions are progressing, by tracking the trends of regions...
From Wednesday 20 January 2021, registration is open so that users can continue using the National Relay Service after 20 April 2021.
Information about user registration for the National Relay Service (NRS) is now available in Auslan.
If you use the National Relay Service (NRS), you will soon need to register to continue to use the service to make and receive calls.