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The Government is consulting on Part C of the Consumer Safeguards Review (the Review). Part C will consider how best to provide choice and fairness in the consumer-provider relationship, including the role of industry self-regulation, legacy consumer protections for traditional phone services, and digital inclusion and productivity. ** Please note the consultation is now open until 5.00pm AEST on Thursday 24 September 2020 (an extension of four weeks on the previous closing date of Monday 24 August 2020).
We are seeking views on a draft Ministerial determination to guide statutory infrastructure providers in considering reasonable connection and supply requests.
Underground pit and pipe is used to deliver telecommunications cabling to homes and businesses. Most developers do the right thing and install this important facility. However, a small number are not doing this, causing inconvenience and added costs for property occupants.
The Government is seeking community and industry feedback on the draft grant opportunity guidelines for Round 5A of the Mobile Black Spot Program.
The Australian Government has announced the next stage of proposed media reforms, to better support the Australian media industry and enhance the range and quality of services and content available to all Australians.The Government has extended the submission period to Sunday, 23 May 2021 (previously Sunday, 7 March 2021).
The Government is seeking comments on proposals for a new Online Safety Act.
The Government is seeking submissions on an exposure draft Online Safety Bill.
The Government is consulting on a possible designation of the 3.4 GHz band for allocation by spectrum licences.
The Government is seeking feedback on the design of round one of the Australian 5G Innovation Initiative
Part 8 of the Telecommunications Act 1997 (the Act) requires network operators to structurally or functionally separate retail and wholesale business arms. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has granted a class exemption from these requirements for providers with under 2,000 customers, which can be increased to 12,000 through regulation. We are seeking views on whether such a regulation should be made.
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