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Govt embraces Five Safes in new data sharing guidance
Tries to improve public trust.
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Flags 'Accredited Data Authorities'.
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TPG forced to reveal FTTB business model
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Fourth 'transparency centre' to reinstill confidence in products.
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City police admit to errors.
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Turnbull labels open data a 'strategic national resource'
New policy aims to pull more data out of government.
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[Blog post] Breach illustrates the need for mandatory disclosure.
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Immunity laws cover government against civil suits.
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SA govt staff warned not to skirt FOI with personal email
ICAC chief suspects dodgy tactics.
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NSW Govt data cube to encourage 'citizen auditors' for spending
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Telstra takes 85k requests for user data in 12 months
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Wikipedia publishes EU take-down notices
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Doubts cast on Queensland's ICT Dashboard
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Vodafone reveals global extent of government wiretapping
Pushes Australian Government for greater transparency.
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NBN Co unveils high-level overview of rollout stats
[Blog post] Expect weekly updates, but granular data sources kept behind firewall.
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