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The Australian Greens have called for an overhaul of the Federal Government’s Telecommunications Interception and Intelligence Services Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 claiming the bill is in need of "major repair".
Australia will see a material policy from the Coalition before the rapidly approaching Federal Election on August 21, according to Shadow Health Minister, Peter Dutton.
The Australian Greens are taking a ‘less is more’ approach to social media in the lead-up to the election, claiming the benefits come from using the platform as an engagement tool rather than a distribution outlet.
Leaflets promoting electoral enrolment will hit every high school in the country as part of Google’s mock federal election for under 18s, launched today.
Green senator, Scott Ludlam, has been one of the most vocal advocates for the Australian ICT industry in Federal Parliament, championing the National Broadband Network (NBN), and siding with movements against the mandatory Internet filter. Computerworld Australia talked to Senator Ludlam about his view on the role of technology and the need for more focus on the Australian games development industry.
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