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Labor wants customer consent for offshore data storage 
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Petabyte promos and performance promised.
 
Qld finally starts looking for new privacy commissioner 
By Paris Cowan | Jul 23, 2015 | Comment Now 
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Google patches 43 vulnerabilities in Chrome browser 
 
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Information sharing on security issues must be allowed.
 
AWS releases virtual Android app testing environment 
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More Aussie agencies wanted Hacking Team's spyware 
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Stolen data includes social security details.
 
Telstra to boost mobile investment to $5bn 
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VDI for traditional corporate Windows apps.
 
NSW to revisit legal protection for personal privacy 
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Australia's digital crescendo 
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US govt HR office suspends system after finding new flaw 
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Authorities now think 10 million affected in data breach.
 
Google brings security key to enterprise, education clients 
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Physical hardware aimed at blocking phishing.
 
US Supreme Court won't hear Google appeal in Oracle Java fight 
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