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DDoS attack downs iiNet services 
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Lengthy weekend outage.
 
Hardware failure hits iiNet broadband, 3G data 
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Mobile broadband data services affected throughout Australia.
 
Vic Education chasing $7.5m in IT contracts scandal 
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IBAC hears detail of alleged dodgy dealings.
 
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Physical hardware aimed at blocking phishing.
 
Airbus to build OneWeb internet satellites 
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No more free browsing for non-home broadband users.
 
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WA budget pulls $110m out of IT spending 
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HP, Lenovo land $250m NSW education deal 
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Panel spans schools and TAFEs with desktops, notebooks and tablets.
 
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Claim forty-fold capacity increase.
 
ACCC considers limiting sales of 1800 MHz spectrum 
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Obama seeks to kickstart fast broadband, STEM education 
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$240m to go towards science, tech, engineering and maths.
 
British government to binge on broadband for all 
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Five megabits per second USO for telcos.
 
iiNet edges closer to overtaking Optus 
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Posts big jump in broadband customers.
 
Melbourne Uni CIO steps down 
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Awarded tech chief moves on after nearly ten years.
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