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Labor finally reveals position on fate of DTA, digital identity

By Julian Bajkowski

Husic argues changes needed.

Qld to introduce real-time drug tracking system

By Justin Hendry

Latest to commit to stopping 'doctor shopping'.

NSW Transport winds back uber-style bus services

By Justin Hendry

But pilots racing ahead in other areas.

Critical wormhole brings patches for Windows XP and 2003

By Juha Saarinen

Patch Wednesday plugs critical vulnerabilities a-plenty.

San Francisco votes to ban city use of facial recognition technology

By Jeffrey Dastin

Aimed at protecting marginalised groups.

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