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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.
Residents in NSW and Victoria are encouraged to attend the Regional Telecommunications Review 2018 public consultations.
The public consultation phase of the review into regional telecommunications has been completed.
Australians who share, or threaten to share, intimate images without consent could now be jailed for up to seven years.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released data on how Australians use and access the internet in 2018.
A new consultation paper with proposals for modern reliability safeguards for telco services in Australia has just been released as part of our...
The Government is ensuring all Australians will have access to voice and broadband services.
The report for the 2018 Regional Telecommunications review is now available.
The Government has announced a new $17 million package to help protect Australian children online.
A safer internet is everyone's responsibility.
The Government is investing $220 million in regional communications as part of its response to the 2018 Regional Telecommunications Review.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) has reached a major milestone with more than 10 million Australian homes and businesses ready to connect to...
We want to hear your views on the ACCC’s Digital Platforms Inquiry final report.
The new satellite product will better connect regional Australians.
We are seeking input on the design of the Regional Connectivity Program.
This Scams Awareness Week, learn how to protect yourself from scams and get smarter with your data!
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