Every week, Computerworld Australia collates all the things our readers have been saying about the news, both in the forums and in comments.
Here’s what you had to say on: NBN Co acquiring Austar’s wireless spectrum for $120 million
“I would like to praise NBN Co the smartest move they have made, well done NBN Co. Always believed in you, you are doing a great job.
By the way I also said on a post mid last year, I am going to buy Austar shares!!!
Little ripper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” – said Raymond on NBN Co spends $120 million on Austar wireless spectrum
Here’s what you had to say on: Conroy denying Telstra’s LTE network will threaten the NBN
“What's he going to say?
"Yes I f@#ked up bad and so has the company I created and I'm paying billions to. We just didnt understand the wireless market and I suppose I'm a bit pig-headed sometimes, sorry. But you can still trust me with spending your money."
Yeah right.” – said Rational on Conroy denies wireless threat to NBN
Here’s what you had to say on: Aussie Outsource CRM budgets to soar in 2011
“This is great news for the CRM industry...” – said Lili on
Here’s what you had to say on: On a poll that found Vodafone was the second worst ISP for customer satisfaction
“Vodafone also has a current security issue with logging out of my vodafone site as well. Seems like they are very relaxed about security in general.” – said Barry on Poll finds Vodafone second worst ISP for customer satisfaction
Here’s what you had to say on: The findings of the Privacy Commissioner’s report
“Why a company like vodafone don't insist on two factory authentication is beyond me. This would have prevented the issue happening from the first place (or at least made it much harder).” – said Bogues on Mixed findings in Privacy Commissioner's Vodafone report
Here’s what you had to say on: Movie piracy costing the Australian economy $1.37 billion in 12 months
“Why bother going to movies when you can sit in your own home with no annoying idiots and watch foxtel HD movies on demand, I no longer go to movies for this reason,Do they take that into account?” – said Shane on Movie piracy costs Aus economy $1.37 billion in 12 months: AFACT
Here’s what you had to say on: Robert Schwarten’s announced retirement
“There is a God. Hopefully they will split DPW up and take ICT off them.” – said Mick Jones on Qld ICT minister Robert Schwarten retires