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Conroy gaffe defeats purpose of net filter policy

Conroy gaffe defeats purpose of net filter policy

Senator Conroy was forced into an embarrassing gaffe on the ABC’s Q&A program last night, admitting that publishing the ACMA blacklist would defeat the purpose of having it in the first place.
Mar 27 2009 3:21PM
iPrimus could beat federal government to internet filters

iPrimus could beat federal government to internet filters

iPrimus has indicated it may not wait for the Government to introduce a clean feed and that it may re-introduce an opt-in service for customers if there is sufficient demand.
Mar 10 2009 9:42AM
iPrimus could beat Government to Internet filters

iPrimus could beat Government to Internet filters

iPrimus has indicated it may not wait for the Government to introduce a clean feed and that it may re-introduce an opt-in service for customers if there is sufficient demand.
Mar 9 2009 3:15PM
MWC: Sol faces off against Google and Skype

MWC: Sol faces off against Google and Skype

Sparks flew during Sol Trujillo’s keynote at Mobile World Congress today as the CEO was challenged over Telstra’s business model by fellow presenters Josh Silverman, CEO of Skype and Vic Gundotra, vice president of engineering at Google.
Feb 19 2009 6:28AM
Conroy expands ISP filter tests to examine P2P and BitTorrent traffic

Conroy expands ISP filter tests to examine P2P and BitTorrent traffic

Broadband Minister Stephen Conroy has broken his silence on the controversial ISP content filter trials to start before the end of the year, saying they will now cover new filter technologies that can examine peer-to-peer and BitTorrent traffic.
Dec 22 2008 7:00PM
NetAlert filters not given a chance: Webroot

NetAlert filters not given a chance: Webroot

The Rudd government has served an injustice on Internet users by prematurely cutting the previous government’s NetAlert family-side filter program and replacing it with an ‘unworkable’ plan for ISP-level net filters, according to security company Webroot.
Dec 17 2008 2:02PM
Week in review: Free as in speech

Week in review: Free as in speech

It seems this past week was one of either taking or handing out liberties as more ISPs freed ABC iView from download quotas, Cybersource made the case for free software in the school laptop project, and Telstra stood up for a filter-free net. And that was just the beginning.
Dec 13 2008 2:38AM
Hundreds protest net filtering on Conroy’s new blog

Hundreds protest net filtering on Conroy’s new blog

Just 24 hours since its launch, hundreds of people have used Senator Conroy's new blog as a place to protest against his proposed net filtering scheme.
Dec 10 2008 2:38PM
Jadu brings PHP and .NET closer together

Jadu brings PHP and .NET closer together

Content management firm Jadu has released a new tool which could bring together the fiercely opposing spheres of PHP and Microsoft's .NET, bridging developer skills gaps and lowering the cost of web application development.
Dec 1 2008 6:28AM
Elcom reveal IntranetManager.NET early adopters

Elcom reveal IntranetManager.NET early adopters

Orica’s consumer products group is understood to be one of the first companies using local ECM ISV Elcom’s new IntranetManager.NET product.
Nov 19 2008 2:30PM
NEC trumps Telstra T-Suite and Microsoft Azure

NEC trumps Telstra T-Suite and Microsoft Azure

NEC Australia has beaten many of its larger rivals to the prize by launching a carrier-neutral SaaS application store for SMBs that is accessible via a single web portal.
Nov 18 2008 12:05AM
Congress moves on net neutrality

Congress moves on net neutrality

With the election over Congress is moving quickly on the net neutrality issue, with a bill to be introduced in January.
Nov 15 2008 10:20AM
Microsoft promises easier development cycles

Microsoft promises easier development cycles

Microsoft has pledged to help programmers using Visual Studio and .NET Framework to create applications that are more secure and privacy-enhanced, as well as to simplify everyday development tasks.
Nov 13 2008 12:16AM
Compuware tackles Microsoft source code bugs

Compuware tackles Microsoft source code bugs

Compuware today launched the latest version of its DevPartner Studio code checking tool designed to give Microsoft developers improved vulnerability diagnosis capabilities.
Oct 27 2008 2:53PM
Smallestdotnet sizes down .NET 3.5 install

Smallestdotnet sizes down .NET 3.5 install

Developer ‘confusion’ over the download size of the .NET 3.5 framework service pack one has led to the creation of a free online tool and new client profile configuration option.
Oct 13 2008 2:52PM
Microsoft shows off new developer tools

Microsoft shows off new developer tools

Microsoft has announced the newest versions of its developer tools, known as .Net Framework 4.0 and Visual Studio 2010.
Sep 30 2008 9:12AM
China to censor journalists' Net access during Olympics

China to censor journalists' Net access during Olympics

No bricks removed from great firewall
Aug 1 2008 10:01AM
ATM hackers net millions using stolen information

ATM hackers net millions using stolen information

A unique breach of bank information has hit one of the world's largest banks.
Jun 20 2008 10:33AM
Skype users land in anti-malware net

Skype users land in anti-malware net

Some users of Skype, the popular software application that enables users to make free phone calls over the internet to other Skype users, found their communication channel blocked earlier this week.
Apr 25 2008 12:32PM
Microsoft touts .Net Micro Framework 2.5

Microsoft touts .Net Micro Framework 2.5

Microsoft has announced the availability of .Net Micro Framework 2.5..
Feb 28 2008 7:20AM

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