Australia’s other several hundred pound telco gorilla, Optus, has issued a statement responding to the victory of Australia’s Labor party in winning government and commenting on regulation and the National Broadband Network.
If half the efficiency that the faceless machine-men of the federal Labor party's factions showed in dumping Kevin Rudd as PM and installing Julia Gillard in his place had been exhibited by the government over its 941 days of office, then we would be well on the way to having a national broadband network.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SauceThe Australian government and the Opposition are operating as flunkeys of the US government by voting down a proposal from the Greens to open up the discussions on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Victorian Premier John Brumby yesterday promised every doctor in the state's public hospital system would be issued with an Apple iPad if his incumbent Labor Government was returned to power in the state's upcoming election.
Although the Labor Party is meant to be one “of the people”, the Tasmanian Labor Government has seemingly made little effort to actually connect its public schools to the people’s national bloody network.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Government Tech PolicyThe Victorian Coalition Government has released a report on telecommunications demand, claiming that the NBN rollout is failing the state.
Victoria's Coalition State Government has heavily criticised the Labor Federal Government's flagship National Broadband Network policy, arguing in a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into the NBN that the project could see the telecommunications sector's existing "dysfunctional" market structure replicated and competition put at risk.
Samsung Electronics conducted an investigation into Dongguan Shinyang Electronics Co. Ltd., one of its suppliers, immediately after China Labor Watch accused on July 10 the China-based supplier of hiring children. Following the investigation, Samsung decided to temporarily suspend business with the factory in question as it found evidences of suspected child labor at the worksite.