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Ben Grubb 11:22 AM Australian citizens should not be allowed to gain access to their internet and phone metadata from companies like Telstra and Optus, inquiry told.
Hannah Francis More Pirate Bay replicas pop up, but the official site is nowhere to be seen.
Ben Grubb Taxi and private hire car app Uber will offer free rides out of Sydney's CBD on Monday following criticism for charging passengers more than four times the usual rate while a siege is underway at Martin Place and the city is in lockdown.
Tim Biggs Ralph Baer never reached the levels of public recognition of Bill Gates or Steve Jobs but, as the inventor of home video games, his contribution to technology and entertainment are arguably on the same scale.
Amy Corderoy Bedrooms are supposed to be a place of temptation. But it seems Australians are succumbing to a temptation of a different kind, with almost half of us unable to resist the urge to take laptops and other electronic devices into bed with us - setting ourselves up for a bad night's sleep.
Eric Auchard Google said it plans to close its news-linking service in Spain in response to legislation under which publishers will soon be able to force internet sites to pay for re-publishing headlines or snippets of news.
Hannah Francis The Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde has declared it "feels good" the site may have been shut down forever as a result of Tuesday's police raid in Sweden.
Tim Biggs Changes coming to Facebook-owned photo-sharing service as Twitter finds itself under attack from all sides.
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