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Virgin Australia predicts personalisation hit from data use crackdown
Says it's being held to higher standard than law requires.
Oct 16 2019 7:08AM
NBN Co's top user downloads 23.6TB a month
Reveals traffic usage numbers.
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NBN Co boosts Sky Muster data usage limits
End users expected to see the effects.
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Melbourne cabbie fined over GPS jammer
Radio comms could be blocked in fight for passengers.
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Copyright review put in Attorney-General's hands
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EU lawmakers seek to limit use of data by Internet firms
Firms fear chilling effects on growth.
Jan 10 2013 7:05AM
New Zealand pips Australia in web use index
Loses out on censorship, government openness measure.
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Microsoft Start menu use falls with Windows 7
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UK gun crime on the rise.
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Nanotech research to cut electronics power use
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Third-party apps failing to use Windows security features
Many third-party Windows applications are failing to utilise security features.
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Google to discontinue Windows use for workers: report
Response to China attacks.
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New phishing technique exploits browser tab use
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Hackers forum gets hacked
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Faux Facebook emails use password reset ploy
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Server flaw to be revealed at Black Hat
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Feb 1 2010 1:42PM
Web browsers should be secured as use of netbooks increases
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Twitter updates terms of service
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We don't need no education?
Advances in information technology have not been matched by advances in user education, as Lisa Myers explains.
Aug 27 2009 4:24PM
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