Twitter has suspended 936 user accounts that the social network operator says were part of a state-backed “information operation” targeting the Hong Kong protest movement.
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Coates Hire’s chief information officer, Ben Waterhouse, says the company’s Azure migration has not only cut costs but allowed the company to explore new opportunities involving IoT and machine learning services.
Public Transport Victoria (PTV), now part of the state’s Department of Transport, breached the law when it released supposedly de-identified data relating to the use of Melbourne’s Myki card.
The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has open sourced one of its in-house data visualisation and analysis tools. The ASD announced today that it had posted the source code for Constellation on GitHub.
The New South Wales government is developing a strategy for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology as well as an AI ethics framework.
NBN Co has officially launched its Sky Muster Plus satellite service, which will allow some basic Internet activities to be conducted without eating into a household’s or business’s monthly data allowance.
Suncorp has established a new Customer & Digital team that will bring together digital, marketing, customer and strategy functions from across the ASX-listed financial services group.
By the end of this month Oracle will have a new Generation 2 Cloud region available from Sydney data centres, the company said today.
A former head of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Graeme Samuel, has urged the government to focus on the long-term interests of end-users rather than the sales price when privatising NBN Co.
The NSW Electoral Commission has launched a program that will offer security researchers access to the source code used for online voting during the 2019 NSW state election.
Huawei has launched a new volley at the Australian government over the decision to ban local telcos from using the Chinese vendor’s equipment in their 5G roll outs.
The Department of Human Services is preparing to launch a new program that will combine data from Centrelink and Medicare in an effort to unearth discrepancies between records held at the two agencies.
NAB has begun contacting some 13,000 of its customers revealing details of a data breach.
Australia Post has become the first industry service provider to join the government’s digital identity program.
Telstra has made an end-to-end 5G Standalone call, the telco has revealed.