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Technology, media and telecommunications election policy tracker – May 2019
This Tracker reports on election policies, announcements and public statements in telecommunications, media and technology.
Australia
24 May 2019
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Harnessing your data assets: opportunities and threats for Australian companies
Implementing best practice data governance will increasingly become a business imperative to ensure it is used ethically.
Australia
20 May 2019
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New decryption legislation: What does it mean for you?
This article looks at the impact of the Bill on individuals and businesses in the technology or communications sector.
Australia
14 Dec 2018
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Protecting the cloud under the sea: Submarine cable infrastructure
Submarine cables which carry internet and telecommunications data are inadequately protected under international law.
Australia
24 Aug 2018
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Productivity Commission: Time's up for the Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation
The Productivity Commission recently released a draft report on its ongoing inquiry into the telecommunications USO.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
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Use it or lose it – Government to repeal Competition Notice regime for anti-competitive conduct in the telecommunications sector
The Government announced an intention to repeal telecommunications-specific anti-competitive conduct laws in Part XIB.
Australia
30 Nov 2016
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Overcoming the Tyranny of Distance: Building vital telecommunications infrastructure
When a business loses connectivity, or worse, suffers an outage, there can be serious commercial consequences.
Australia
26 Oct 2016
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Is it illegal to use a smartphone app to TapeACall?
The issue of recording telephone calls was recently considered in the Federal Court in Furnari v Ziegert [2016] FCA 1080.
Australia
13 Sep 2016
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What's wrong with Whatsapp?
Communicating through online services other than email and SMS is on the rise, and for many people, it is now the norm.
Australia
24 Jul 2016
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Digital disruption and demonstrations: Indonesia regulates transport and other apps
Indonesia's e-commerce boom offers great opportunities, but app providers must be ready to adapt to increased regulation.
Indonesia
24 May 2016
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ACCC FAD sees dramatic price cuts for declared services
The 2016 FAD sets DTCS pricing much lower than the regulated prices set in the 2012 FAD, particularly on regional routes
Australia
3 May 2016
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Implementation issues with new data retention laws in Australia
Telco's must retain certain data for a two year period and make that data available to law enforcement bodies on request.
Australia
6 Nov 2015
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Short circuit - Scope of Schedule 3 of the Telecommunications Act shifts decisively in favour of carriers
This recent case dramatically changes our understanding of the scope of carrier powers and immunities under Schedule 3.
Australia
5 Jun 2015
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Data retention regime - soon to become reality
Telcos and ISPs will soon be required to store a range of metadata in relation to customer activity for two years.
Australia
1 Apr 2015
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Is your mobile app privacy-friendly?
Mobile apps could gather extensive amounts of personal information about the consumer, so must comply with the APPs.
Australia
23 Oct 2014
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Is that search warrant valid? Give me back my documents and computer files
A successful challenge to the validity of search warrants was a reminder to check the fine print of these documents.
Australia
5 Apr 2014
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MTAS: The more things change, the more they stay the same (but lower)
The ACCC has just issued its final access determination on the pricing of the mobile termination access service (MTAS).
Australia
28 Jan 2014
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Will reforms in Europe influence telecoms regulation in Australia?
Any changes adopted by the EU may influence future decisions of the ACCC and the ACMA in the Australian telecoms sector.
Australia
17 Oct 2013
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Federal Court considers the scope of carriers’ access and installation powers contained in the Telecommunucations Act
The case considered if a licensed carrier was authorised by a LAAN to access land to install two fibre optic cables.
Australia
21 Sep 2013
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Privacy laws are affecting Australia’s cloud industry
A lack of clarity in Australia's privacy laws may hinder Australia's prospects of becoming a data centre-hub in Asia.
Australia
10 Mar 2013
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