The former PM has responded to The Australian’s reporting on the National Broadband Network.
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Feeling angry, manipulated, distracted, fatigued, agitated and disgruntled after a session on Facebook?
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Sometimes a tech product can leave me bemused as much as amused.
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Dell has locally released its first big 17-inch laptop in a decade and I’ve been putting it through its paces.
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Customers are unable to access their mobile banking, and in some cases complete payments at terminals.
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Afterpay’s Nick Molnar has eclipsed Canva’s Melanie Perkins as the nation’s youngest self-made billionaire.
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Australian scientists are growing human airway cells to study respiratory viruses such as COVID-19.
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Zoom has answered its critics by making large scale changes to its video conferencing platform.
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Woolworths has been forced to pay a record million dollar fine for spamming customers after they had unsubscribed from promotional messages.
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Facebook says it has removed hundreds of accounts associated with the right-wing ‘Boogaloo’ movement.
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Australia’s industrial infrastructure faces a heightened security risk from state sponsored hackers.
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