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Gateway shuts down in Australia

Computer giant Gateway will immediately close operations in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan as it axes a quarter of its 24,600 global staff.

Echelon protests planned

Internet activists will attempt to jam the infamous computer surveillance network Echelon as part of a protest on October 21.

AIIA, law firm launch online legal guide

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and law firm Gilbert & Tobin have launched Software Legal Guide, a legal toolkit for software developers and suppliers.

Beazley outlines grand IT plan

Kim Beazley, Australia's Federal Opposition leader, today launched Labor's IT policy platform Knowledge Nation with plenty of bold promises as the country moves towards an election.

Standard secures Aussie e-commerce

Australia's e-commerce industry received a boost today with the adoption of new international information security guidelines designed to facilitate secure global e-commerce.

Australia a hotbed of spreading viruses

The Asia-Pacific region is emerging as a hot bed for the spread of computer viruses with McAfee.com's emergency response teams compiling local data to assess the regional trend.

Australia's Feds gear up for e-attacks

Australia's increasing reliance on IT has led the federal government to create an e-security coordination group to protect the NII (National Information Infrastructure) from viruses, hackers, denial-of-service attacks and information warfare.

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