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The Minister for Communications has announced that Australia will conduct a 12 month pilot of the Netflix classification tool.
The next DC superhero movie Aquaman is set to be filmed in Australia in 2017.
The Australian Government presented the Productivity Commission's final report on its Inquiry into Australia's Intellectual Property (IP)...
Be informed before you head to the movies this summer with our breakdown of the classifications of this summer's blockbuster films.
Despite the rise of television, the internet and online streaming, radio continues to be one of the main ways we consume media.
The Department of Communications and the Arts and the Attorney-General’s Department have published submissions made to the review of access to...
We are excited to announce that we are changing our name.
The Government has introduced changes to copyright laws that will greatly improve access to copyright material for disability, education, library...
The government announced that all spectrum on offer in the unallocated 700 MHz spectrum band was sold in a competitive auction for a total of $1.55...
The Australian Government has tabled a report in Parliament of the review into access to telecommunications data in civil proceedings.
The Australian Government announced it will undertake further consultation with stakeholders on the extension of the safe harbour provisions in the...
We’re looking at inspiring women in the Australian ICT sector to celebrate Girls in ICT Day.
Entries are now open for this year’s Prime Minister’s Literary Awards.
The Government will introduce a comprehensive package of reforms that will support Australia’s broadcast sector.
Bill to improve access to copyright material for disability, education, library and archive sectors passed by Parliament.
Broadcasting, Australian content and funding for Australia’s national cultural institutions key features of our portfolio’s 2017-18 Federal Budget.
Existing criminal laws have led to the conviction of ‘revenge porn’ perpetrators in the past, so why are civil penalties necessary?
Consultations are now open for the biggest reforms to Australia's spectrum management in over 25 years.
Applications are invited to fill the position of Chair of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Optus, Telstra, and Vodafone have released their rollout schedules for round 2 of the Mobile Black Spot Program.
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