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Heads back to court after loss.
 
ASIC backs licenses for IT suppliers serving financial markets 
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Promotes minimum IT and DR standards.
 
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Accused of "fraud, lying and racketeering".
 
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[Blog post] Now with leadership.
 
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UK passes controversial data retention bill 
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Qld to roll out ID scanner network for pubs and clubs 
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