Federal and state government privacy authorities have embarked on a project to foster closer collaboration and knowledge sharing between authorities.
The Communications Alliance is seeking public feedback on a stronger Mobile Premium Services (MPS) Code for the telecommunications sector.
The AIIA has criticised the government over legislation rushed through parliament that it says shows a "complete lack of understanding" of the digital economy.
The second annual Catalyst Conference in Melbourne will be hosted by Girls in Tech from 15–16 May 2019.
New Zealand telecommunications company Spark has been fined NZ$675,000 after admitting to have overcharged tens of thousands of customers.
Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board has issued a notice of no objection to the proposed $161m takeover of NetComm Wireless by US-based Casa Systems.
Australia's first incubator program dedicated to helping blockchain start-ups get their businesses up and running will be established in Adelaide.
Complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman continued to decline during 2H18 due to the efforts of government, regulators and industry.
A new report focused on the future of blockchain technology has just been launched.
The Women in ICT Pathways Program has just been launched by ACS and TasTAFE.
Small and medium-sized businesses will receive a boost, with a new cyber voucher program designed to help them access the latest university research.
The federal government is currently seeking feedback for the creation of guidelines to ensure that artificial intelligence (AI) is developed responsibly in Australia.
Eight new expanding technology companies from across the Asia–Pacific are about to join Sydney's Landing Pad in Haymarket HQ.
The federal Budget offers small gains but lacks vision on technology, according to the head of advocacy group StartupAUS.
Industry experts give their take on the government's Budget announcements and identify places where the private sector might fit in.