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Government exploit vendor hacked, client data exposed 
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Asks market for suggestions.
 
Route leak cuts access to Amazon Web Services 
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State government to fund trial.
 
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Telco can legally access and draw power from existing sockets.
 
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Panel spans schools and TAFEs with desktops, notebooks and tablets.
 
Immigration Department responds to G20 privacy breach 
 
Japanese companies demo 40Gbps passive FTTP tech 
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Claim forty-fold capacity increase.
 
Australian internet data usage breaks exabyte barrier 
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One million premises to receive fibre-to-the-basement.
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