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Pirate Bay backs global file-sharing research
Is ‘Oceania’ home to the most active female pirates in the world?
May 10 2012 5:52AM
ACMA strikes expand to policy, admin staff
Push for 10.5 percent pay increase.
Oct 25 2011 3:47PM
ACMA staff ban work on NBN projects
Last-minute deal falls through.
Oct 21 2011 7:25AM
ACMA staff threaten work bans over pay
National Broadband Network, spectrum work pinpointed.
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NZ Labour backtracks on internet termination
Day before new law becomes active.
Aug 31 2011 10:56AM
TelstraClear chief blasts 'old world' content model
Kiwis forced to work with a 'flawed' business model.
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Operation Payback strikes Portugal
Portuguese email leak.
Oct 21 2010 2:19PM
Australia comes clean on ACTA role
No intention of changing Australian law.
Mar 11 2010 7:04AM
British ISP backs down on file-share disconnections
Karoo will now issue three written warnings before cutting service.
Jul 28 2009 3:31PM
Telstra mends relationship with unions
Positive step to an enterprise agreement.
Jul 2 2009 12:10AM
Union plans to continue Telstra sabotage
Telstra workers will continue to strike this week in a targeted effort to delay work scheduled by the carrier's largest corporate and Government customers.
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Flickr strikes deal with Getty
Photo-sharing site Flickr has inked a deal with photo syndication service Getty Images to sell user photos.
Jul 10 2008 9:05AM
Sony strikes chord with Gracenote
Sony Corporation of America has signed a merger agreement with Gracenote in a deal worth approximately US$260 million..
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Fake Department of Justice complaint-spam strikes again
In what could presage a rash of tax-time spam emails purportedly from government agencies, security researchers at MX Logic have uncovered an influx of keylogger-laden emails spoofing the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
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Microsoft 'strikes deal' with DoJ on Vista search
GLOBAL - Reports claim imminent agreement over desktop search software.
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Crippling malware attack strikes in Italy
ITALY - Researchers claim hundreds of sites compromised.
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Storm worm strikes again on Easter claiming Iran attack
Security researchers discovered a spate of new variants of the Storm worm making the rounds this weekend through emails reporting fictitious news of the United States attacking Iran.
Apr 11 2007 9:47AM
Pre-election political spam strikes email users
Tuesday's election had one negative impact on citizens before the first ballot was even cast - a deluge of political spam messages flowing into users' inboxes.
Nov 9 2006 4:36PM
Wave of tax spam strikes
Tax time doesn’t just mean more stress for wage-earners across the country. It’s also a time of year when internet users see higher volumes of spam emails in their inboxes.
Mar 8 2006 10:09PM
Oz strikes anti-spyware blow
Australia has begun steps to introduce a new anti-spyware bill. The bill, if passed, will bring fines of up to $10,000 per incident.
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