New Zealand's Commerce Commission has joined the ACCC and a growing list of other international regulators in suing Swiss ticket resale company Viagogo.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman has recommended the government reject a call to scrap the agency and replace it with a more independent entity.
The Queensland Government has opened applications for the third round of the Hot DesQ program, which provides funding to entice start-ups to set up in the state.
The federal government has published a draft version of the legislation that will introduce Australia's new Consumer Data Right.
The federal government has extended the deadline for Australians to opt out of the My Health Record system, and will now allow them to opt out after the fact.
High-technology innovator Cicada Innovations has urged the NSW Government to liase with it in the establishment of the new Sydney technology precinct.
A survey from the Department of Communications suggests that Australians are streaming digital content more and pirating less.
The City of Holdfast Bay has gone through a significant digital transformation in a bid to become a city that thinks smarter.
A new City of Sydney program that aims to connect hundreds of tech start-ups with successful global entrepreneurs has now received government funding.
The NSW Government will work with Atlassian and experts from industry and academia to develop what could become Sydney's Silicon Valley.
LaunchVic has started a new program designed to attract experienced start-up professionals to co-working spaces.
Some of the world's best technology experts are partnering up to promote innovation amongst Victorian businesses.
Six in 10 job vacancies were advertised online in 2016–17 and 90% of job seekers used the internet as part of their search, government statistics show.
Technology workers around the world are being invited by CompTIA to share their stories and inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.
The OAIC's first full quarterly Notifiable Data Breach scheme report finds that 242 notifications were filed during the June quarter.