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FSF calls for International Day Against DRM
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Must understand industry problems.
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Catalogue of international laws.
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Pipe calls for third NSW undersea cable zone
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UK's Information Commissioner rejects Privacy International claims over Google Street View
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International piracy plans leaked onto the internet
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Aussie students take home trophy in international contest
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International copyright treaty seeks intrusive powers
Documents passed to Wikileaks have revealed the extent of an international copyright treaty being formulated by the US, EU, Canada, Japan and Australia..
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International ICT students get help finding jobs down-under
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is launching the Professional Year (PYear) program, which aims to help international ICT graduates find jobs in the Australian IT industry and obtain citizenship.
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Girl geeks meet for International Women's Day
A new support group for Australian women in the IT industry has emerged in the lead up to International Women's Day.
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New 16GB iPhone will be international
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confirmed that the new model is being released in the UK, and that other European countries will follow.
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International police plan 'Server in the Sky'
Police in the UK, the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand have announced plans for a database of international criminals that can be shared between countries..
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