The Australian Cyber Security Centre wants new people to uplift the agency’s cyber posture.

The EU has agreed to a new mechanism to freeze hackers' assets and ban them from entry anywhere in world.

Google has suspended some types of business with Huawei.

New subsea cables connecting Singapore-Perth and Perth-Sydney are “about to go live”.

San Francisco's local government has voted to ban facial recognition software.

Tech giants have pledged to work with governments and each other to combat the threat of violent extremism on the internet.

South Australia’s giant Tesla battery has delivered a $22 million profit in its first full year of operation.

Australian scientists say the internet’s ‘trustability’ protocols are severely broken.

The Department of Human Services has restructured its chief information officer group.

Facebook is attempting to bolster the accountability and transparency of political content in the current federal election campaign.

Foodora owes nearly $8 million in unpaid wages and superannuation, but is expected to pay only a small fraction to its former employees.

The Federal Government wants to pay companies to test space equipment in Australia.

Telstra is headed to Federal Court after its ads on the back of payphones were dubbed a “cash grab”.

The competition regulator has opposed the planned merger of TPG and Vodaphone.

A new robot is monitoring environmental water quality in Queensland.

Reports say police face-matching software used during the Commonwealth Games was rushed and ineffective.

The ABC officially has a new managing director.

Australian engineers have come up with a way to use a diamond nanoparticle as a thermometer.

The Department of Human Services (DHS) has wiped a $4,000 Centrelink ‘robo-debt’ just before a legal challenge.

The Bureau of Meteorology is working to revolutionise weather forecasting in WA.

Nine has sold more than 160 regional newspapers to a former Fairfax employee.

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