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BGP bungle downs big-name clients.
 
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AARNet router failure sinks international path 
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Faulty line card blamed.
 
Defence laws threaten to shut down Aussie encryption 
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[Blog post] Chinese security vendors fudge results.
 
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[Blog post] Data charges for complex clouds add up.
 
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Customers search for bigger data caps.
 
Shrinking IPv4 address pools hinder internet growth 
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Aussie study aims to capture true value of public wi-fi 
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Virgin, Qualcomm to fund satellite internet network 
Jan 19, 2015 | Comment Now 
To offer high-speed access across the globe.
 
Telstra power outage downs BigPond services 
By Allie Coyne | Jan 14, 2015 | Comment Now 
[Updated] Internet down for four hours.
 
Obama to announce new cybersecurity plans 
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Identity theft, privacy protection and broadband on the agenda.
 
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NICTA CEO resigns over clash with board 
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Failure to agree on strategy for cash-poor organisation.
 
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More accurate than facial recognition, Adelaide researcher finds.
 
Google split put to European vote this week 
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Underlines widespread concern amoung EU politicians.
 
Google flying more, longer-lasting Project Loon balloons 
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CSIRO staff angry at execs' failure to secure funding 
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