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Senate votes to protect domestic submarine cables 
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Turnbull's bill to be passed into law.
 
ISPs put on notice to fix the big issues 
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No longer enough to shower customers with service credits.
 
Senate to explore submarine cable security 
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Preventing fibre taps.
 
Senate to explore submarine cable security 
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Preventing fibre taps.
 
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Anonymous members indicted for #OpPayback 
 
Anonymous hackers indicted for Operation Payback 
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Encouraged others to join in on DDoS.
 
Customs entrusts telco services to Telstra 
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Deal could run up to nine years.
 
BigAir to take on Telstra in mine camps 
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Makes headway with Perth business buyout.
 
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Warns fair use proposal would boost litigation.
 
Customs finds permanent CTO 
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Remit covers majority of IT division.
 
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Customs system fingered for admin access risk 
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Access rights raise risk profile.
 
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Inks agreement with US Government.
 
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Inks agreement with US Government.
 
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Addresses scathing audit.
 
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