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Do you live in an area with poor mobile coverage? Don't forget to nominate it for Round 2 of the Mobile Black Spot Programme by 31 December 2015.
Are you planning on taking your kids to the movies this school holidays? Maybe they are old enough to take themselves? Or thinking of buying the...
Australians are digital creatures of habit – we need to access information on the go, be entertained and like to shop online. We take a look at...
We have released for comment proposed new rules for the provision of telecommunications infrastructure and services in new developments.
With the deadline for Round 2 nominations coming up quickly, our FAQs are here to help.
We have reviewed feedback received on draft changes designed to simplify and modernise our copyright laws to make them easier for the disability, educational, libraries and archives sectors.Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Bill 2017.
The first regional mobile base stations under the Mobile Black Spot Programme have been switched on.
Away from your WiFi and with more time to spare, it’s easy to exceed mobile data limits and find yourself facing a hefty bill.
Gross Value Added by the Information Media and Telecommunications (IMT) sector as a proportion of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) continues to grow.
There has been exponential growth across total volume downloads in Australia.
There are a similar number of fixed and wireless subscriptions across Australia.
Subscribers are accessing higher download speeds.
Younger users account for the vast majority of online copyright infringement.
Australia is currently just outside the top 10 ICT Development Index countries.
Australia is among the countries with the highest percentage of individuals using the internet.
Household Communications expenditure as a proportion of total final household expenditure continues to rise.
Do you live in or travel through an annoying mobile black spot area in regional and rural Australia?
We have released for public comment proposed changes to Australia’s copyright laws designed to modernise and improve their workability.
A new online classifications registration portal is proving to be popular with film festival organisers and computer game expos with almost 200...
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