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Telstra, Optus, TPG and Vocus back NBN service terms inquiry
Extent of opposition to wholesale agreement revealed.
Jan 9 2018 6:46AM
Coalition anticipates only minor NBN rule adjustments
Backs move to finalise special access undertaking.
Oct 1 2013 6:30AM
NBN service terms stall again
Clock ticks for special access undertaking.
Jul 4 2013 12:04PM
Netspeed hit with ACCC lawsuit for 'unfair' contract terms
Watchdog claims contravention of consumer law.
Apr 22 2013 12:28PM
Microsoft ups data access in new services agreement
Also rejects class action lawsuits.
Sep 3 2012 6:30AM
Analyst warns businesses off Dropbox
Changes to terms and conditions cause consternation.
Jul 6 2011 7:07AM
McDonalds Australia battles EFTPOS software maker
License terms changed after five years as a customer.
Jan 31 2011 1:24PM
Google: Australia goes social in 2010
Search vendor releases top search terms for 2010.
Dec 9 2010 6:01AM
Telstra and NBN Co agree to NBN field test
Broadband blackspot made brownfields example.
Dec 18 2009 12:12PM
Day 15: iiNet had "intellectual curiosity" in AFACT jargon
Concerned about words but mind already made up.
Nov 6 2009 12:09PM
Day 14: iiNet confused by AFACT's techspeak
No glossary to help understand infringement notifications.
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Twitter confirms users own their content
Stone outlines changes to micro-blogging giant.
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Twitter updates terms of service
Pre-empts Facebook-style backlash.
Sep 16 2009 11:58AM
Judge overturns MySpace bullying conviction
A US judge has moved to overturn the conviction of a woman accused of cyber-bullying a teenager who later committed suicide.
Jul 3 2009 11:08AM
EFF launches new service to inform on T&C changes
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has begun a new service that tracks changes in the terms and conditions users have to sign to access online services.
Jun 8 2009 7:37AM
McAfee documents riskiest search terms
A McAfee study into 2,600 of the most popular keyword searches on the web has concluded that hunts for screensavers present the most risk.
Jun 1 2009 11:41AM
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Facebook hit by new 'Terms of Service' scam
Facebook has suffered its second malware attack in a week, after it emerged that a rogue application has been posting notifications to user profiles containing malicious links.
Mar 2 2009 10:32AM
Facebook petitions users on terms and conditions
Facebook today announced a major shift in the way it runs its social networking site.
Feb 27 2009 2:49PM
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