Telstra Pacnet acquisition complete Skype for Business to make Microsoft a serious UC player EU opens Android antitrust investigation against Google Australia ?way out of touch?: delegates to privacy conference Planet ISP refunds consumer, but attracts ACMA criticism Netflix regret over Australian data cap exclusions
17th April 2015
This article reviews Asian Data Privacy Laws ? Trade and Human Rights Perspectives' by Graham Greenleaf, University of New South Wales
It would have cost $15 billion to shut down the NBN, says Turnbull; Victorian Police can alter data on your PC; Ericsson exits the modem business; iPhone 6 traffic alert; Wearables market to boom, says Gartner; Fast Internet on planes a step closer.
19th September 2014
ACMA warns telcos on compliance; The Government wants to Google you; ACCAN launches digital business kit; and Telstra launches accessibility initiatives; Turnbull supports multi stakeholder Internet; iPhone 6 presales break record; OPINION But why the fuss? The iPhone 6 is OK, but who cares about U2?
17th September 2014
Optus will pay other carriers? exit fees; iiNet acquires most of Tech2; Thaicom-7 launched, now for NewSat and Optus; 4G revenue boost ?will be short-lived?; Our apps are spying on us, and Android is worst; Japanese giants hit 400 Gbps.
8th September 2014
Telstra renews Ericsson deal to support SDN; Telstra has confirmed Ericsson as its continued supplier for optical transport; Dead as a Dodo; Impossible to cost data retention, says iiNet; Australian IT managers unaware of privacy laws; Samsung buys its way into IoT market; MobileMuster wants your old phones.
19th August 2014
Australia at top of new e-trade index; Turnbull trumpets NBN success; Google forms council on ?right to be forgotten?; Large screen iPhone delayed; Huawei unveils its new data centre products; Telecom NZ to launch 4G mobile over 700 MHz
16th July 2014
This editorial notes several key indicators of record growth in Australian telecommunications, as the backdrop to the second issue of this multidisciplinary policy Journal. The growth in social connectivity and 'big data', together with the rapid evolution of new infrastructure technologies, all pose interesting challenges for good policy making – and for keeping up with new developments