Competition issues associated with an upcoming 5G spectrum allocation are taking centre stage in the ACCC's recently opened consultation.
Oceania nations needs to prioritise cyber policy as cybersecurity becomes an "urgent and fundamental issue" for all countries, GFCE Foundation President Chris Painter has warned.
Responsible Technology Australia is calling on social media platforms to flag coronavirus misinformation as it continues to spread on their sites.
Cybersecurity leaders are set to visit ECU on 29 January to discuss high-level strategies for keeping the government, businesses and families safe online.
The ACMA is calling on Australian ISPs to block nine gambling websites after it received over 79 complaints against them and found them to be operating illegally.
The second Consumer Safeguards Review report has been released as part of the federal government's plan to modernise telecommunication service delivery.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has made a range of proposals for safeguarding human rights in the face of the adoption of AI and other new technologies.
The ACS has published a new technical white paper outlining the need to develop a safe data sharing regime for government that maintains citizens' privacy.
Drivers in NSW can now legally use their mobile phone as a digital wallet or to access their digital licence while behind the wheel, under strict conditions...
Optus has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay $6.4 million in penalties for making misleading claims about home internet disconnections, after action by the ACCC.
Australia's AI specialisation opportunities lie in health, infrastructure and natural resources, according to CSIRO's Data61 AI roadmap.
Illegal offshore gambling websites could soon be blocked by Australian ISPs under new instructions from the ACMA.
Eight new AI ethics principles will be put to the test in a trial led by some of the biggest businesses in Australia.
The OAIC is seeking feedback on draft Privacy Safeguard Guidelines, designed to help industry understand their obligations under the CDR framework.
IT security, privacy and cybersecurity remain the top challenges for IT auditors worldwide, followed by data management and emerging technologies.