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Government "underestimated" broadband guarantee demand
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ACMA helps teachers fight cyberbullying
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Centrelink eyes service delivery makeover
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Liberal Senator has 'no confidence' in the NBN
Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Northern Australia Ian MacDonald has lashed out at the Government over its broadband strategy, saying he has 'no confidence' in Minister Conroy's capacity to deliver Australia a National Broadband Network.
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Senator Conroy welcomes submissions on new blog
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Senator Conroy expands reach of net filters to "unwanted content"
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Senator Lundy's legal threats fall on a deaf Telstra
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G9 welcomes Senator Conroy’s ‘Expert Panel’
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Telstra’s ADSL2+ roll out welcomed by Liberals, no credit to Labor
Shadow Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Bruce Billson has welcomed Telstra's belated decision to switch on and make available a higher-speed broadband network.
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