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Atlassian says crypto law costs jobs

Atlassian says crypto law costs jobs

Confuses staff, crimps exports, hurts Atlassian's brand.
Justin Hendry Mar 28 2019, 6:14AM Security
Govt floats massive new data misuse fines

Govt floats massive new data misuse fines

Trouble ahead for social networks, other orgs with bad security.
Ry Crozier Mar 25 2019, 9:15PM Sales & Marketing
Huawei sues U.S. Government over security law

Huawei sues U.S. Government over security law

Claims stateside sales ban is abuse of power.
Gina Narcisi Mar 8 2019, 5:58AM Finance
Vox pop: Are you confident you understand Australian Consumer Law?

Vox pop: Are you confident you understand Australian Consumer Law?

Three PC resellers weigh in.
Glenn Rees Jun 19 2018, 8:40AM Comment
Guilty verdict for S Central boss Peter Mavridis

Guilty verdict for S Central boss Peter Mavridis

Sentencing next month.
Steven Kiernan Oct 21 2015, 10:47AM Services
Aussie operators in NZ to register with police

Aussie operators in NZ to register with police

Strict new comms and security laws to begin in the Shaky Isles.
Juha Saarinen May 13 2014, 9:58AM Collaboration
Hackers attack NZ govt websites to protest spy law

Hackers attack NZ govt websites to protest spy law

Dotcom criticises attack.
Staff Writers Jul 31 2013, 12:08PM Security
HP fined $3.2 million for deceiving consumers

HP fined $3.2 million for deceiving consumers

Judge approves out-of-court settlement.
Allie Coyne Jul 5 2013, 3:24PM Finance
Senate urged to pass data breach notification law

Senate urged to pass data breach notification law

Privacy Alerts Bill gets glowing tick.
Darren Pauli Jun 26 2013, 8:15AM Security
IBM could have walked from health payroll system

IBM could have walked from health payroll system

Lawsuit not a viable option.
Charis Palmer Jun 3 2013, 8:30AM Software
Data breach notification law to be introduced to Parliament this week

Data breach notification law to be introduced to Parliament this week

Govt aims for March 2014 deadline.
Darren Pauli , John Hilvert May 29 2013, 8:27AM Security
A tale of blunders: QLD Health payroll

A tale of blunders: QLD Health payroll

CorpTech was "the tail wagging the dog".
Charis Palmer May 7 2013, 8:24AM Software
Cisco $70 Million down in patent case

Cisco $70 Million down in patent case

Big win for patent troll.
Kristin Bent Mar 24 2013, 5:47PM Strategy
Apple breached UK court order

Apple breached UK court order

Angers judges.
Juha Saarinen Nov 2 2012, 8:01AM Mobility
Users try to snare NZ Govt with own three strikes law

Users try to snare NZ Govt with own three strikes law

Anti-filesharing law with fines of up to NZ$15,000 kicks in today.
Juha Saarinen Aug 12 2011, 6:27AM Security
The pain of software audits

The pain of software audits

What to do when vendors come knocking at your door.
Ry Crozier Aug 11 2011, 10:24AM Software
Does spintronics spell the end of the transistor?

Does spintronics spell the end of the transistor?

Spintronics transfer data without generating heat.
Liam Tung Jul 4 2011, 4:13PM Mobility
Copyright treaty talks roll on at APEC

Copyright treaty talks roll on at APEC

US under pressure to deliver.
Liam Tung May 23 2011, 9:56AM Strategy
Why the customer is always right, right?

Why the customer is always right, right?

Mathew Dickerson talks about how a simple transaction runs dangerously off the rails, all because the merchant doesn’t care about what the customer wants
Mathew Dickerson May 22 2011, 5:50AM Services
The eyes have it

The eyes have it

Opinion: There's opportunities galore now that snooping's been made legal.
Rabid Reseller Apr 20 2011, 7:11AM Security

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