Telstra slams the National Broadband Network for doubling the cost of internet access, but NBN Co rejects the allegations and points to improved services.
Controversial laws giving police access to encrypted messages are being backed by Mike Burgess, chief of one of Australia's most secretive intelligence agencies, the Australian Signals Directorate.
The former prime Minister reveals Chinese officials complained about media coverage last week. He's also called for a rational debate about population, without accusations of racism.
This week controversial far-right activist Milo Yiannopoulos announced he was broke. But the nail in the coffin came when crowdfunding website Patreon banned him, ending his campaign to "Support Milo's Glorious Comeback".
The My Health Record digital database is using an old technology designed to share data between providers and patients, not other providers, and still does not meet appropriate standards, say some healthcare experts.
The Assistance and Access Bill leaves Aussie technology companies angry and struggling to understand the potential impact on their business.
The popular Q&A website announces the data of its 100 million-odd users has been compromised. The only thing is, a lot of those users didn't even know they had an account.