Grays Online cops $165,000 Spam Act Fine

09 10 2013

The ACMA today reported that Grays (NSW) Pty Limited the operator of was fined $165,000 for sending commercial marketing emails in breach of the Spam Act.

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ACMA Malware Research Highlights Threat

04 10 2013

The ACMA recently published the results of a report into public awareness of malware, which showed that 49% of people didn't believe that they would be a victim of malwar

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Victorian Government Releases ICT Strategy

12 02 2013

The Victorian Government today released its ICT Strategy at a AIIA function in Melbourne. The strategy sees a dramatic altering in the landscape of government ICT delive

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Communications Authority launches new regulatory push

13 09 2011

Retail internet and voice service providers are about to see the next wave of regulation from the Australian Government. This time, it is the Australian Communications an

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R18+ on the way

24 07 2011

All states and territories of Australia (except for NSW) have agreed to introduce a new adult R18+ category of classification for computer games. It is anticipated tha

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auDA Calls for Public Comment

03 05 2011

auDA, the Australian Domain Name Regulator has today released the draft recommendations of the 2010 Names Policy Panel for public comment. The 2010 Names Policy Panel

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Sony apologises for Playstation hack

03 05 2011

Sony executives have apologised for a security breach, which occurred in April 2011, in which approximately 1.5 million Australian Playstation user accounts were compromi

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ICANN Releases new GTLD Applicant Guidebook

19 04 2011

ICANN has released the eagerly awaited revised draft of the Applicant Guidebook for new GTLDs. This draft document has been released for public comment. As part of its

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More Posts Coming Soon

07 12 2010

We have more IT Law, Domain Law and Telecommunications Law posts coming soon. Watch this space.

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Australia gets tough on cybercrime

04 05 2010

Australia will strengthen its stance on cybercrime by signing the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime. The move will see Australia join the European Union (EU),

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