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Telcos forced to store user data for a year.
 
US FAA parks Amazon drone delivery plans 
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Disputed legislation up for renewal.
 
Privacy Act audits will consider infosec budgets 
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Redacted cost inputs cause headaches.
 
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Before making 'weighty decisions'.
 
Simon Hackett's blueprint to cut NBN cost 
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'Fibre outcomes on a copper budget'.
 
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Telcos set to feel federal heat.
 
NBN Co defends rollout costs with new data 
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Pins hopes on private briefing.
 
New US cyber bill introduced   
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Follows similar failed bill.
 
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Committee confused over data retention debate 
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Systems contribute to global mining efficiences.
 
Fake databases to catch out leaky cops 
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Officers to set up fake crime scenes under anti-corruption bill.
 
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Officers to set up fake crime scenes under anti-corruption bill.
 
Busted US cybersecurity act gets new legs 
 
BHP eyes technology to cut Olympic Dam cost 
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Expansion project to be studied further.
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