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James Hutchinson is a technology journalist from inner west Sydney, Australia. Having worked across Australian technology publications including Computerworld, PC World, CIO and Techworld for the past three years, Hutchinson has progressed from selling printers and hard drives at the local Officeworks to following the local telecommunications and technology industry. When he isn't writing about the latest in the Australian ICT industry, Hutchinson plays piano accordion, vibraphone and piano for a variety of Sydney artists including folk 12-piece arbori.



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Will an industry code eventuate?
 
Telstra buoyed by $1.6b subsidies: Vodafone 
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Market still skewed.
 
AusPost edges closer to broadband play 
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18-month countdown set for some sites.
 
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Privacy impact assessment released.
 
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Gaps remain in TCP code.
 
Turnbull warns on data retention laws 
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Criticises NBN Co's fixed wireless network.
 
Bondi Beach to get free wi-fi 
Oct 9, 2012 | Comment Now 
Two-year, ad-supported trial.
 
Sophos pins anti-virus bug on human error 
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Changes rule system, incident response procedures.
 
Data retention risks Australian internet freedoms 
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Academic warns on proposed regime.
 
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Telstra tussles over greenfield duct standards 
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Court rejects ex-iSoft CTO claims 
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Telcos warn of criminal advantage in data retention 
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Unequal application could push crims elsewhere.
 
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