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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.
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.
Data retention, site blocking and three-strikes laws highlight 12 transformative months for online freedom in Australia. We reflect on the year's key moments in the words of the major players involved.
Dallas Buyers Club LLC tells the court they want to know how much pirates earn, Tesla rolls out destination charging station and Microsoft and Sony go head-to-head at E3.
Tesla is bringing peace of mind to the weekend road trip with a new network of Destination Charging stations connecting major centres across the eastern seaboard.
Sending a package can now be as simple as printing a postage label at home and dropping your parcel off in an Officeworks store, even late on a Sunday, thanks to a new service called Mailman.
The last major AAA studio operating out of Australia is closing down.
Australia loses the last of its AAA gaming studios, VPN usage skyrockets in the wake of privacy (and piracy) concerns, Netflix regrets its data-free deals and Samsung launches a new TV range with nary an OLED in sight.
Malcolm Turnbull has thanked the Opposition for helping pass data retention laws, which now include further protections for journalists. But cross-bench MPs say the Bill was amended in "back-room" negotiations.
Although he's leading the charge for data retention, Malcolm Turnbull has argued that SMS is "insecure" and he prefers over-the-top messaging services -- services that won't be a part of the new laws.