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A new Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice has been registered, submitted by Free TV, the industry group representing commercial free-to-air broadcasters.
A key difference in the new code is a move to less restrictive time zones, with the changes permitting...
ACMA has published this guide with general information about SVOD services.
Our appetite for subscription video on demand (SVOD) services—commonly known as ‘streaming’—is growing exponentially. Since early 2015, almost two million Australians have subscribed to SVOD services.
To help you make informed choices...
The objectives for this research were: to understand the prevalence of online copyright infringement in Australia across four core content types (music, video games, movies and TV programmes); to understand what attitudes drive online copyright infringement behaviours; and to determine the role pricing plays in...
The number, type and sophistication of cyber security threats to Australia and Australians are increasing. Due to the varied nature of motivations for cyber adversaries targeting Australian organisations, organisations could be a target for malicious activities even if they do not think the information held...
As part of its work on analysing digital productivity, the Bureau of Communications Research (BCR) has released the first part of a leading project to understand how digitisation affects Australia’s productivity and the nation’s economy.
A key tool for policy officers and decision-makers, the...
To what extent have mobile phones become substitutes for fixed-line telephone and fixed-internet, and what is the influence of Australians’ age, location and living circumstances? This snapshot provides some answers to those questions.
Summary Mobile phones and mobile internet devices are an increasingly...
Explains key trends in scam activity and highlights the impact of scams on the community.
Snapshot of 2014
Overall contacts levels and financial lossesIn 2014 the ACCC continued to observe a high level of scams activity in Australia, with 91...
This set of resources aims to support practitioners in the child, family and community sectors working with teenagers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, in particular refugees and newly arrived migrants.
In addition to navigating the typical developmental tasks of adolescence,...
There were 12,691,000 internet subscribers in Australia at the end of December 2014. This is an increase of 2% from the end of December 2013.
This release contains details of internet activity supplied by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Australia with...
Examines survey respondents' beliefs about whether they felt they had been left behind by information and communication technology (ICT) developments, and whether they were worried about being left behind in the future.
Summary The rapid advances in information and communication technology (ICT) in...