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My Health Record stats only by end of year, says agency

Australians will know exactly how many among them have chosen to opt out of the My Health Record system only by the end of the year, a spokesperson from the Australian Digital Health Agency says.

Google EU fine over Android likely this week

Search giant Google is set to face a record-breaking fine from the European Union this week over alleged anti-competitive practices concerning its Android mobile operating system.

ZTE shares rise 17% in HK as US deal completed

The shares of Chinese telecommunications outfit ZTE Corporation rose 17% in Hong Kong trading on Monday after the company met the final condition laid down by the US Commerce Department for resuming its business operations in the US.

NSW Govt touts digital smart procurement benefits in deals with telcos, Microsoft and Salesforce

The NSW Government says its agencies are "benefitting from three new innovative telecommunications and digital deals which take advantage of the collective buying power to better connect with the people of New South Wales".

Microsoft president Brad Smith.

Microsoft has called on the US government to regulate the use of facial recognition by creating a bipartisan expert commission that would look at the issues involved and suggest the best way forward.

ACMA hits online tradie service with fine over spam

Online marketplace Service Seeking has been fined $50,400 by the Australian Communications and Media Authority for sending SMS messages without consent, for failing to clearly identify who authorised them and for not including an unsubscribe option.

Senator Jordon Steele-John has been a lone voice raising questions over the Protected cloud status granted to Microsoft.

The Australian Greens say they are "bewildered" at the way the Australian Signals Directorate has handled Microsoft's application for Protected cloud certification and the subsequent departure of a top female officer from the agency's ranks.

Kids ‘safe zone’ proposed for new online gambling ad rules

Amended restrictions aimed at protecting Australian children from gambling promotional content during live sport being streamed online have been proposed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

NZ competition regulator raises concerns over Ingenico’s Paymark acquisition

New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission is keeping its powder dry on whether it will give clearance to the proposed acquisition of payments provider Paymark by France-based company Ingenico.

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