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  Friday May 4, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

The Federal Government will establish public hearings into its data retention proposal, ahead of its plan to amend telecommunications interception and ASIO legislation.

It comes nearly two years after the start of closed-door negotiations to have ISPs hold user data for as much as two years.

Have a great weekend,

-- James Hutchinson

LATEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS ARTICLES

Govt wants public vote on data retention Govt wants public vote on data retention
By Darren Pauli | May 4, 2012
Back-door negotiations reach public sphere.
NBN Co eyes 100 GB satellite plans NBN Co eyes 100 GB satellite plans
By James Hutchinson | May 4, 2012
Ten times current capacity.
Optus, Vodafone to build 500 joint sites Optus, Vodafone to build 500 joint sites
By James Hutchinson | May 3, 2012
No jab at Telstra.
Virgin shaves excess data fees for smartphones Virgin shaves excess data fees for smartphones
By Ry Crozier | May 4, 2012
New 20.5 cents a megabyte charge undercuts bigger rivals.
Conroy 'comfortable' with filter recommendations Conroy 'comfortable' with filter recommendations
By James Hutchinson | May 2, 2012
Discussion reaches tipping point.
TransACT suffers 24-hour fibre outage TransACT suffers 24-hour fibre outage
By Ry Crozier | May 4, 2012
Hits subset of Canberra broadband users.
Optus cuts 750 jobs Optus cuts 750 jobs
By James Hutchinson | May 2, 2012
Internal review completed.
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