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Paul Osborne 9:48 AM Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network offers a simple way to report cybercrime incidents, referring reports to the right law enforcement agency for consideration and possible investigation.
Ben Grubb 12:00 AM If you were to stack every paper document held in the storage facilities of Australia's Federal Circuit Court and Family Court they'd stand about 24 kilometres high.
Dan Moss 5:07 PM He says he's just an unlucky-in-love guy looking for a unique girl, but his unsolicited offer of $2000 for sex with multiple women on a dating site has got many worried.
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Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai 10:32 AM "Peerless" espionage malware has hit hundreds of victims, and all signs as to its origin seem to point to NSA and GCHQ.
Matt Day 8:13 AM Microsoft is suing the Internal Revenue Service in an effort to get details of an agreement between the tax regulator and a law firm examining how Microsoft tallied its sales between subsidiaries.
Hannah Francis 9:00 AM A white paper from Australia's peak ICT research body says myGov is not fulfilling its potential.
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KENNETH CHANG 6:39 PM Some think they can find poetry in a whisky glass, some the meaning of life. But one man in the US has found art and in turn has found another man who has found the science of the art. Cheers.
Tom Brooks-Pollock 6:34 PM Fasting regimes such as the ‘5:2’ diet could help the body guard against diseases including cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s, according to a new study.
Nicky Phillips 12:01 AM A new medical treatment developed by an Australian researcher could increase the chances of patients surviving critical injuries sustained on the battlefield or in rural and remote locations.
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Rachel Feltman Throughout human history, comets have been distant, mysterious heavenly bodies. The hunks of rock and ice streak through the sky, streaming bright tails of gas as the sun warms them.