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Monday, 3/8/2015


Telstra reveals increase in warrant-free access to customer data

Access to Telstra customer data by law enforcement agencies increased in FY 14-15, the telco revealed in its latest transparency report.

Source: Computerworld


NBN to double construction workforce

Company building the National Broadband Network launches a $40 million program to boost total construction workforce to 9000.

Source: The Australian


National Broadband Network jobs drive for SA and NT

The National Broadband Network expands its workforce by creating up to 400 jobs in South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Source: ABC News


Friday, 31/7/2015


Mega denies claims by Kim Dotcom of NZ government control of company

Encrypted cloud storage service Mega has hit back at claims by Kim Dotcom that it is in the hands of a wanted Chinese investor whose shares have been seized by the New Zealand government.

Source: ZDNet Australia


Quickflix in ASX trading halt – acquisition imminent?

DVD rental and streaming pioneer Quickflix has requested a trading halt in its shares on the ASX, only until Monday. That almost certainly means someone is about to buy it.

Source: iTWire


Thursday, 30/7/2015


Mobile phone, Internet charges hit consumers hard

The cost of mobile phone and Internet charges are a big concern for many Australians, with charges for the services putting increased pressure on household budgets.

Source: iTWire


Americas are just 2 weeks away from running out of IPv4 addresses

John Curran, CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), told attendees at the Campus Technology conference in Boston on Wednesday that the IP address authority's pool of IPv4 addresses has dwindled to 90,000 and will be exhausted in about two weeks.

Source: Computerworld