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Choice takes campaign against 'internet filter' to Canberra

A new ad campaign from Choice is calling on politicians to "work smart, not hard" against piracy, while the group says Australia should legalise the circumvention of geoblocking.

By 29 August 2014

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​Free Wi-Fi for Canberra as iiNet rolls out 700 hotspots

Canberra's busiest centres and commercial districts will get access to free Wi-Fi within the year with news that iiNet is rolling out 700 Wi-Fi access points across the capital.

By 30 May 2014

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Optus switches on LTE-Advanced network

Optus now has Carrier Aggregation available via its 2300MHz spectrum in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide

By 22 September 2014

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Turnbull clarifies metadata debate, rules out browsing history

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has stepped in to clarify the debate around data retention, denying that browsing history would be recorded.

By 8 August 2014

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Brandis fumbles on metadata, puts browsing history on the table

The Attorney General has struggled to define metadata and the parameters of a data retention scheme, saying web addresses would be caught in the net.

By 7 August 2014

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Data retention reforms pushed through by Government committee

Telcos may soon be forced to retain metadata thanks to reforms pushed through by the Government's National Security Committee.

By 5 August 2014

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Australian National University launches fusion power research lab

The Australian Plasma Fusion Research Facility has been opened in the Australian Capital Territory to boost the search for limitless clean power.

By 10 July 2014

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​Free Wi-Fi network officially launched in Adelaide

A network of almost 300 Wi-Fi access points is keeping Adelaide residents connected for free across the centre of the city.

By 27 June 2014

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Rights holders are 'control freaks peddling futility-on-a-stick,' says iiNet

As the piracy debate rages on in Australia, iiNet has once again issued a missive to rights holders calling them "content control freaks" who are trying to peddle "futility-on-a-stick" when it comes to tackling piracy.

By 24 June 2014

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ZTE launches its first branded smartphone in Australia

The Chinese manufacturer will be selling the V969 -- known as the Grand X2 L in other regions -- as an exclusive to Dick Smith.

By 12 May 2014