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Weekly Roundup: Oz amps up privacy legislation and the US stays slack on prosecuting online criminals

Weekly Roundup: Oz amps up privacy legislation and the US stays slack on prosecuting online criminals

This week, Australians saw a preview of what may be the future of its privacy legislation, and the US was called out for failing to punish its online fraudsters.
Aug 16 2008 1:11PM
Weekly Roundup: The NBN seems further away and an astronaut outs aliens on heavy metal radio

Weekly Roundup: The NBN seems further away and an astronaut outs aliens on heavy metal radio

New setbacks arose this week for the national broadband network (NBN). In other news, a former astronaut claimed aliens have been to Earth during a radio interview.
Jul 26 2008 1:24PM
Weekly Roundup:  The good, the bad, and the overpriced of post-iPhone week

Weekly Roundup: The good, the bad, and the overpriced of post-iPhone week

This week the world experienced the fallout of 3G iPhone mania, and a backhoe caused chaos throughout Queensland.
Jul 19 2008 10:13AM
Weekly Roundup:  The iPhone arrives ... and some other stuff

Weekly Roundup: The iPhone arrives ... and some other stuff

Yesterday, the 3G iPhone -- or, as it is sometimes called, "the Jesus phone" -- made its way to Australian stores and sent Apple-lovers into a queuing frenzy. In other news, some non-iPhone things happened, too.
Jul 12 2008 12:41PM
Weekly Roundup:  A few iPhone queries answered

Weekly Roundup: A few iPhone queries answered

Potential Aussie iPhone buyers had something to smile about this week as new details began to lift the shroud of mystery that’s been surrounding the much anticipated device.
Jul 5 2008 6:33AM
Weekly Roundup:  Stephen Hawking snubs title and Bill Gates's last day at the office

Weekly Roundup: Stephen Hawking snubs title and Bill Gates's last day at the office

This week, Stephen Hawking revealed how he has avoided Britain's highest honour for over a decade, and Bill Gates had his final farewell from Microsoft.
Jun 28 2008 12:30PM
Weekly Roundup:  Firefox 3 may break records and Sydney gets its very own Apple store

Weekly Roundup: Firefox 3 may break records and Sydney gets its very own Apple store

This week, Mozilla released Firefox 3 with hopes of making it into the Guinness World Records and Mac fans camped out for iPhones as Apple opened its first Australian store.
Jun 21 2008 3:33PM
Weekly Roundup:  Telstra finds friction in their national broadband plans and open source gets a leg-up

Weekly Roundup: Telstra finds friction in their national broadband plans and open source gets a leg-up

The Terria consortium and a new report question Telstra plans for the national broadband network, and open source enthusiasts have a lot to smile about after big shows of support from Internode and Acer.
Jun 7 2008 11:35AM
Weekly Roundup:  Government stays mum on national broadband and Dell has a bad day in court

Weekly Roundup: Government stays mum on national broadband and Dell has a bad day in court

Communications Minister Stephen Conroy is vowing to keep quiet about the national broadband network (NBN) details as more players enter the game, and a U.S. court convicts Dell of fraud.
May 30 2008 3:36PM
Roundup 2007: The year's top fives

Roundup 2007: The year's top fives

TOP 5 CYBERATTACKS:

1. The Storm Worm
What began as an email-spawned trojan attack using fake news stories to lure victims became the most widespread cyber-assault in recent memory. Still replicating, and exploiting a number of patched vulnerabilities, the botnet-fueled, socially engineered attack may make next year's list as well.
Dec 21 2007 11:43AM
Roundup 2007: Gazing into the crystal ball

Roundup 2007: Gazing into the crystal ball

SC US handed out crystal balls to several analysts, consultants, professors and CSOs and asked them to answer questions about next year.
Dec 11 2007 3:04PM

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