ACMA finds Telstra breached (toothless) TCP code

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http://www.itwire.com – Not surprisingly the ACMA has found that last year's bungle by Telstra that exposed the details over 700,000 customers to public view on the Internet breached the Telecommunications Consumer Protection (TCP) Code, but the current code does not enable it to impose any penalty on Telstra. {loadposition stuart}All the ACMA can do is to issue a direction to comply with the code or issue a formal warning. The ACMA has yet to do so. In a statement announcing its findings the ACMA said: "Telstra has taken steps to remedy its processes and the ACMA is considering those steps and its formal enforcemen (IT news)