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Westpac opens beta for iOS property buying app
Models affordability based on customer’s finances.
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Australian bank customers caught in valuation firm data breach
Caused by undisclosed 'security vulnerability'.
Feb 13 2019 12:19AM
Samsung's appeal of patent loss to Apple rejected
Jury award of US$120 million stands.
Nov 7 2017 6:43AM
South Australia's property settlements go online
No more cheques, pen or paper.
Jul 4 2016 11:21AM
ATO grabs 30 years of property records to catch tax cheats
Millions of state and territory property and rental bond records hoovered up.
Dec 9 2015 12:09PM
CommBank processes PEXA's first property settlement
Aims to replace legacy paper-based approach.
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Property Exchange prepares for launch
Victoria, CommBank to begin testing in April.
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Telstra fears IP rules will kill off NBN ideas forum
No incentive to participate?
Jan 30 2013 3:01PM
Microsoft-Google trial raises secrecy concerns
Tech vendors sealing everything from view in public courtrooms.
Nov 5 2012 7:20AM
US fingers 'priority' IP abusing nations
EFF brands list as dirty political pressure.
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Australia to sign copyright treaty this Saturday
ACTA win for the copyright lobby.
Sep 28 2011 6:43AM
First Oz, now Galaxy Tab 10.1 blocked in EU
Apple gets an injunction.
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Copyright 'lobbynomics' found to stifle innovation
Digital Copyright Exchange idea floated in Britain.
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Copyright treaty talks roll on at APEC
US under pressure to deliver.
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RIM wins access to Intellectual Ventures patents
Legal battles between smartphone makers become common.
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Opinion: Copyright or copy wrong
The wash-up of the iiNet case reveals conflicting legal and moral views about copyright and ISP liability, writes David Havyatt.
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Wolverine uploader pleads guilty
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Oracle buys up IP management firm Sophoi
Now selling software as its own.
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Tanner reveals interim data centre panel
Final report due before the end of next year.
Sep 28 2009 5:02PM
Solving the hacking problem
To avoid hacking and malicious alteration of the application, software companies are turning to new anti-tamper solutions that will protect the entire application, as well as maintain code integrity.
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