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The Australian government is investigating the introduction of licensing for IT security vendors in a bid to lift Australian standards to world's best practice.
Internet activists will attempt to jam the infamous computer surveillance network Echelon as part of a protest on October 21.
Alarmed by the broad range of powers being given to Commonwealth security agencies under the Australian Federal Government's Cybercrime Bill 2001, the Australian Computer Society (ACS) last week presented a submission to parliament.
Australia is lagging behind the rest of the world in access to the Internet via phone lines, relying on a copper-wire network part of which is more than 30 years old.
"The lack of awareness is disturbing and perplexing"
Amendments to bill to be debated when parliament sits again in August
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