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19 Dec 2008
The Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft will have its case against iiNet heard in February. iiNet is describing AFACT's investigation as "underhand". At the heart of the case: AFACT doesn'
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Someone posted thirty minutes of Aardman's late W & G epic, A Matter of Loaf and Death on YouTube. The offending clips have now been removed.
17 Dec 2008
Stephen Conroy: We had legal advice. We had lots of legal advice. We had bucketloads of legal advice. We had legal advice coming out of our ears. We had advice! Yep! That's right! Legal experts
Telstra's shares have lost $9 billion in value since it was excluded from the national broadband network process. Chairman Donald McGauchie and CEO Sol Trujillo will know that if problems persist, no
Bring back the electronic theatre! Anything for entertainment, we cry.
The Classification Review Board has reversed the ban on console game Fear, deciding to give it an MA15+ rating instead.
Just to prove that a) these things are terrific and b) twisting the conventions of children's animation is very, very good fun.
Tourism Victoria flew a crew all the way out from the UK to shoot their promotional travelogues. Apparently this ensured that they would be interesting to the Brits. Something about the way a pommie
Australians lost more than $33 million to internet and email scammers in 2008 - and believe it or not, people are still falling for the Nigerian letter trick.
A wondrous collection of near miss videos, including some about people whose continued survival does nothing for the combined intelligence of the human race.
15 Dec 2008
Selling net filters should have been easy. Child pornography is bad. But so is restricting internet access on the way to blocking it, says an astonishing coalition of groups and companies. Oh. Yai
Telstra has been excluded from the national broadband network tendering process on a technicality. Maybe. The government's intention is very clear. Proposals will be excluded if they do not include
Telstra's strategy of submitting only an outline of the national broadband network tender appears to have backfired, with the committee using a technicality - and a difficult one to challenge legally
This year, the ABC launched iView, their internet television viewing platform. 14 million views later, some are claiming that it has also contributed to the increase in their free to air television r
iView a world leader according to Mark Day, as ABC Online head Dan Fill wins award from The Oz.
iiNet, Internode, Westnet and iPrimus all now offer their customers unmetered access to ABC TV’s iView service - but not Optus and Telstra. In the meantime, the ABC is re-tendering part of its IT ser
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