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Ludlam accuses NBN Co of 'brazen guesswork'
Redacted cost inputs cause headaches.
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US senators introduce bill to stop "aggressive" NSA surveillance
To protect both privacy and security.
Sep 27 2013 12:39PM
Ludlam warns against online rights complacency
Praises Australia's ISPs and engineers for taking up the fight.
Jan 20 2012 10:18AM
Senator Lundy raises ACTA concerns
Let's talk about ACTA.
Jun 8 2010 5:39PM
Greens: Don't sell or strangle the NBN
Election cycle impacts on telco debate.
Apr 21 2010 1:21PM
Government to collect biometrics from asylum seekers
Scheme labelled "dangerous".
Dec 7 2009 1:04PM
Minchin puts his hand up to pursue shadow comms role
Minchin's office says he'd like to continue to take the fight to Conroy.
Dec 1 2009 11:54AM
Government "underestimated" broadband guarantee demand
Brings forward $23.8 million in broadband guarantee funding.
Nov 30 2009 3:31PM
Conroy to release filtering report and discussion paper
Enex TestLab's report to be released in full.
Oct 20 2009 11:30AM
The Weekly Crunch: October 9, 2009
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ACMA helps teachers fight cyberbullying
Let's Fight It Together.
Sep 25 2009 3:23PM
Centrelink eyes service delivery makeover
Social networking on table in $25m CSIRO alliance.
Sep 3 2009 7:33AM
Conroy to open AusCERT conference
Federal Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, will open this month’s AusCERT2009 Asia-Pacific Information Security Conference.
May 11 2009 1:38PM
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.
Mar 12 2009 11:28AM
Senator Conroy welcomes submissions on new blog
Senator Conroy has called for comments, feedback and submissions on the digital economy -- including internet filtering -- on his new blog.
Dec 10 2008 6:53AM
Senator Conroy expands reach of net filters to "unwanted content"
Senator Conroy has continued to expand the reach of his proposed mandatory net filters, saying that he will block up to 10,000 new sites that contain “unwanted material”.
Nov 13 2008 2:58PM
Senator Lundy's legal threats fall on a deaf Telstra
ACT Labor Senator Kate Lundy has threatened legal action against an online Telstra mouthpiece over alleged defamatory comments made in a blog posting.
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Is Senator Conroy’s broadband network a 'dog of a process'?
The Liberal party believes Senator Stephen Conroy’s decision to extend the acceptance of proposals for the construction of a National Broadband Network is a ‘slight renovation’ and independent telecommunications analyst firm, Ovum, said it wasn’t surprising.
May 23 2008 9:34AM
G9 welcomes Senator Conroy’s ‘Expert Panel’
The G9 consortium has welcomed the announcement of an Senator Conroy's broadband Panel and its accompanying assessment process as part of the Federal Government’s plans for a National Broadband Network.
Mar 12 2008 7:46AM
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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