Written by: David Heath | Published in: Government Tech PolicyHe didn't come out and use those words, but this morning on ABC Local Radio, Opposition leader Tony Abbott effectively announced that the NBN would be sold if the Coalition were elected to Government.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: Government Tech PolicyAs a politician, there must be something extremely satisfying about killing a news story by threatening to prosecute those who would report it. Fortunately, in the case of Stuxnet, the proverbial cat is already out of the presidential bag.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: Government Tech PolicyComplete with a well-placed expletive, European Parliament member Amelia Andersdotter made the Pirate Party's position on copyright abundantly clear at the recent Internet Governance Forum meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: Government Tech PolicyWith its booming mobile phone industry set to reach a billion subscribers next year, India will soon run out of phone numbers, reports the Times of India.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: Government Tech PolicyThe federal government has released a suite of free iPad apps to help companies and organisations undertake their business, marketing and emergency planning.
Written by: David Heath | Published in: Government Tech PolicyIn late 2009, Microsoft agreed to offer users a choice of browser as part of an anti-competitive dispute settlement with the European Union. It seems they 'forgot' to add the choice to Windows 7 service pack 1 in 2011.