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This ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce position paper outlines reforms to enhance ASIC’s access to telephone intercepts for the investigation and prosecution of serious corporate law offences.
This report argues that in a digital age, the voice-based telecommunications universal service obligation (TUSO) is anachronistic and costly and should be wound up by 2020.
This year, 35,000 fewer consumers made new complaints to the TIO. This is a reduction of 18 per cent from the previous year, and you need to go back five years to find a period when fewer new complaints were made to the TIO. In...
Telecommunications equipment manufacturers and importers now provide information about accessibility features on telephone equipment for people with disabilities. This is a requirement based on an Industry Code that was developed over a two-year period by a Communications Alliance Working Committee. This paper will outline the...
Microeconomic reform is often dated to the 1980s and occasionally to the mid 1970s picking up important reforms from the Whitlam era. A key phase in this reform period was the corporatisation of Government Business Enterprises (GBEs) which commenced from about 1985. These reforms had...
This paper considers the forms and extents of the impacts that mobile phones are reported as having on young people's lives, and the ways in which young people as media users are contributing these impacts. It examines how these representations of mobile use influence policy...
In many respects, mobile phones have fitted into the folds of everyday life with minimal fuss. Building on the developments and experiences of telegraphy and landline telephony, people's use of the device to communicate with others at a distance has mostly been a natural and...
This report by the Bureau of Communications Research provides an overview of the communications sector’s impact and influence as a critical enabler of economic and social activity in Australia.
The report discusses three main developments that are affecting the sector, including the merging of...
The Productivity Commission has called on those interested in the future direction of telecommunications in Australia to contribute to its new public inquiry on the Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation.
The Productivity Commission released today an issues paper to help people prepare their submissions or...
In under twenty years communication tools and the internet have been central to changing the way we live and work. This infographic looks back at how our use of communication technology has changed since 1998.