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Ben Grubb 9:24 PM The number of times Australians' private internet and phone metadata records have been divulged to law-enforcement and spy agencies without a warrant has become unclear after a disparity was found in two government department reports, prompting concerns about inadequate reporting.
Bryan Alexander 10:33 AM You'd imagine one of Hollywood's leaders in film technological advances would have the latest in communication technology, but James Cameron likes to keep things low-fi.
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8:40 AM A key Apple supplier believes the public should be made aware of the details of an 'oppressive and burdensome' deal that lead to its bankruptcy, but it filed documents to court under seal because it faces fines of $US50 million per violation if it breaches Apple's confidentiality agreement.
Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie 2:38 PM Victoria's corruption watchdog is running a secret investigation involving past and present senior education bureaucrats and a botched $180 million schools computer project.
1:49 PM Australian executives underestimate big data's potential; taxpayers to pay for ATO's iPads and iPhones, and more.
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A comet the size of a small mountain with the consistency of talcum powder has whizzed past Mars, wowing space enthusiasts with the once-in-a-million-years encounter.
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Amina Khan Scientists thought the moon had been cold and dead for a billion years, but a new discovery could force them to reconsider its evolution.