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The Government is consulting on Part B of the Consumer Safeguards Review. Part B will consider existing reliability measures and make proposals to improve outcomes for consumers.
We are seeking feedback on the management of the .au domain to ensure it remains fit for purpose in serving the needs of Australians online.
We are seeking your feedback on a draft instrument to exempt certain developments in rural and remote areas from the requirement to install fibre-ready pit and pipe under Part 20A of the Telecommunications Act 1997.
The Government is seeking feedback on the design of the new Regional Connectivity Program.
We are seeking feedback on a draft Online Safety Charter, which sets out the Government’s expectations for technology firms to help keep children safe online.
The Australian Government is seeking comments on proposed amendments to carrier powers and immunities laws, which include changes that will allow temporary facilities to be deployed as low-impact facilities.
We are seeking your views on revision of the Telecommunications in New Developments policy.
We are seeking your comments on a draft legislative instrument that will exempt some types of networks from statutory infrastructure provider (SIP) obligations.
We are seeking views on amending the Carrier Licence Conditions (Networks supplying Superfast Carriage Services to Residential Customers) Declaration 2014 (the CLCs)
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).
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.
On 17 March 2020, TPG Telecom requested the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts to extend exemptions from the default structural separation requirements for Canberra VDSL and Victorian cable networks. We are seeking the views of affected parties on this request.
On 8 April 2020, Telstra asked the Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts to extend exemptions from the default structural separation requirements for its South Brisbane and ‘Velocity’ fibre networks. We are seeking views on this request.
We are seeking your views on a proposed update of the Telecommunications in New Developments policy.
We are seeking your views on the draft Alternative Voice Services Trials Guidelines.
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