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On pain of pecuniary penalties.
 
ME Bank suffers post-upgrade processing glitch 
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One system issue follows another.
 
UK Govt rushes to reinstate telco data retention  
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Covers foreign companies as well.
 
Adelaide switches on free outdoor wi-fi 
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Internode network nears full completion.
 
US, Canadian courts rule against warrantless metadata collection 
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Law enforcement practices in the spotlight.
 
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Enters the 'net neutrality' fray.
 
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Trades not executed after upgrade.
 
iiNet to sign NBN Co access agreement 
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Telco provider comes around.
 
iiNet adds 23,000 new NBN, fibre customers 
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Posts 19 percent jump in profit in last half.
 
Routine error caused NSW Roads and Maritime outage 
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[Blog post] Transactions of 500 customers impacted.
 
iiNet, Internode steer clear of NBN agreement 
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Telstra and Optus sign, but major player holds out.
 
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Lindsay quits iiNet 
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CTO taking a break.
 
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Researchers move into spam fighting.
 
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Researchers move into spam fighting.
 
App intercepts 25,000 SMS messages 
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2000 mobile devices infected.
 
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Canada passes world's toughest anti-spam law  
 
Draft TPP forces ISPs to terminate user accounts 
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Network monitoring, content blocking also proposed.
 
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