Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: SecurityTelstra has been directed to comply with the privacy clause in the Telecommunications Consumer Protections (TCP) Code after it failed to protect the privacy of its customers’ personal information.
It’s become something of a predictable phenomenon: an article, op-ed, or blog post will surface with an incendiary quote indicating that privacy is dead, or that Internet users have given up privacy with abandon. A slew of data is thrown around – often reporting on teenagers’ online habits – and a eulogy for privacy is [...]
Written by: Stan Beer | Published in: PeopleIt is with great pleasure that we welcome our newest columnist Graeme Philipson into the iTWire fold. As anyone who has read anything about IT over the past 30 years would know, Graeme is one of the foremost IT commentators in Australia.
Featured | Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: RegulationThe government’s controversial plan to force telcos and ISPs to monitor and store the web and telecommunications data of all Australians two years promises to be one of the most hotly debated issues at a major Internet conference next month.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: StrategyThe cream of Australia’s Internet industry are meeting in Canberra yesterday and today to discuss the vexed issue of Internet governance. They are talking about privacy, data retention, security and regulation. That is what they are referring to as “governance”.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: TechnologyOne-third of the Australian economy faces imminent and substantial disruption by digital technologies and business models, according to a new report from consultancy Deloitte Australia.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: MarketAustralia’s digital economy continues to grow at a rapid rate, according to research released today by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: TechnologyAustralian marketers are getting better at digital marketing, but many of them lack the skills to get the most from the technology, says a new report by Responsys.