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Australia gets world-first encryption busting laws

By Ry Crozier

Labor passes bill without changes it claimed were needed.

Clues in Marriott hack implicate China

By Christopher Bing

Government intelligence gathering operation.

Mutuals light a fire under Big Four banks on tech renewal

By Matt Johnston

Less bloat, more speed.

Arrest of Huawei 'heiress' throws rare spotlight on family

By Sijia Jiang

A mysterious figure even in her home country.

Council parking permits ticketed to go virtual

By Matt Johnston

Permit applications no longer mean schlepping into council's offices.

US probe of China's Huawei includes bank fraud accusations

By Karen Freifeld

Alleged scheme to use global banking system to evade US sanctions.

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Defence turns on billion-dollar Telstra comms network

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