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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good morning,

NBN Co yesterday released its revised corporate plan, revealing among other things that it would require residents to actively opt out - rather than opt in - to a fibre build in future. Those bulky back-up batteries, however, are now optional.

We have also dissected the 96-page plan into a bite-sized piece for your convenience.

And a recent survey of Federal Government agencies has found at least seven still approve Internet Explorer 6 for use by its staff, despite advice to the contrary from the Defence Signals Directorate.

-- James Hutchinson


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TODAY ON ITNEWS

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NBN turns opt-out for future builds

By James Hutchinson | August 08, 2012

But batteries now optional.

 
 
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Turning backs on DSD advice?

 
 
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Website, processing technology upgrades.

 
 
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Inadvertent info not enough for fraud.

 
 
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Conroy pushes self-regulation for vendors.

 
 
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NBN Co's second corporate plan in numbers

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The plan in fun-size.

 
 
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Apple too tightens policies after journo hack

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Mitigates social engineering hacks.

 
 
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Two-horse race.

 
 

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