Media Releases 2017
Industry Code to Assist Helplines and Victims of Life Threatening and Unwelcome Communications01/03/2017 - A revised industry Code of Practice that provides greater protection for Australian consumers against threatening and unwelcome communications, came into force today after being registered by the telecommunications regulator.
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Internet of Things Security Guideline Launched to Counter Threats to Privacy and Network Resilience in the IoT Age23/02/2017 - The increasing connectivity of physical, digital, and human systems, known as the Internet of Things, or IoT, is the hot button technology of the moment and will revolutionise our economies and everyday lives. It is intrinsic not only to many highly anticipated consumer applications like the smart home and connected, self-driving cars but also to a huge number of industrial uses many of which have not yet been anticipated.
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Industry Continues To Be Concerned With ACCC’s Approach To Broadband Speed Claims10/02/2017 - The Australian telecommunications sector has welcomed the decision by the Australian Communications and Consumer Commission (ACCC) today to craft more meaningful guidance to ensure that consumers have access to reliable information about broadband speeds.
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2017 COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY AWARDS OPEN FOR ENTRIES08/02/2017 - Nominations have opened for the Australian communications industry’s premier awards, the ACOMMS, with 12 categories celebrating performance excellence in innovation, customer service, marketing, and product solutions across the breadth of the telecommunications sector.
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Network Protection Legislation May Lead to Greater Cyber Risk06/02/2017 - Proposed new Federal legislation intended to help protect Australian communications networks and businesses from cyber attack and sabotage might actually make them more exposed to such threats, a broad coalition of industry representatives has warned.
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Further Improvements in Latest Telecommunications National Customer Satisfaction Survey02/02/2017 - The latest Telecommunications Customer Satisfaction Survey has revealed further improvements in four key satisfaction metrics, including overall satisfaction, the ease of understanding bills, product satisfaction and the ease of contacting service providers, Communications Alliance CEO John Stanton said today.
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Reduced Taxes on Satellite Sector Welcomed24/01/2017 - Communications Alliance welcomes the new tax arrangements for satellite apparatus licences announced today – a move that industry agrees should encourage more efficient use of spectrum and encourage greater investment in the satellite sector in Australia.
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