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TechnologyOne faces second complaint of bullying

A former cloud project manager at the tech firm TechnologyOne has filed a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission, alleging discrimination on the grounds of her sex, disability and race, and also victimisation.

Govt says companies will be forced to decrypt data when asked to do so

The Coalition Government has indicated that it will force companies that provide encryption for communications to devise a means of giving government agencies access to encrypted messages.

Facebook to use snail mail to verify US election ads

Despite all the talk about using artificial intelligence and machine learning in future, social media giant Facebook says it will take recourse to snail mail in order to verify that its next lot of election advertisements actually originate in the US.

Data breach law takes effect on Thursday

Australia's data breach notification law takes effect this Thursday and new resources for the public have been released by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner before the law comes into force.

Fair Work Ombudsman launches instant translation service

Australia’s Fair Work Ombudsman has updated its service to provide what it says is instant translation of website content including fact sheets, information guides and templates.

NSW Govt throws support behind Momentum Cloud

The NSW Government has backed Sydney software company Momentum Cloud’s national and international expansion and the company’s plans to create 92 jobs over five years in the state.

US judge rules embedding tweet can violate copyright

A judge in a New York district court has ruled that embedding a tweet on a web page could be a violation of copyright, overlooking years of precedent that say otherwise.

UK says it has tech to detect 'terrorist content' online

The British Home Office has announced that it has developed new technology that will be able to automatically detect what it calls "terrorist content" on all online platforms.

Greens say net neutrality inquiry needed in Australia

The Australian Greens claim that an inquiry into net neutrality is needed to ensure that Australians are guaranteed access to a free and open Internet.

Obstacles to workplace monitoring lowest in Australia: survey

Australia is the easiest place for workplace monitoring among 15 mostly Western countries surveyed, the security firm Forcepoint says, based on data collected by the legal firm Hogan Lovells.

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