Stories by Siobhan Chapman

Computers take up lip reading

Anyone remember the heart-chilling scene in 2001: A Space Odyssey when HAL (the intelligent computer) tells Dave that, despite all the precautions taken, he knows Dave was planning to disconnect him because he could read lips? Well today we've moved ...

auDA acts to protect Aunic database

Following reports of a breach of security, auDA, the Australian self-regulator of Internet names, has moved swiftly to protect the security of the Aunic database.

AuDA takes control of dot-au domain

AuDA is to take over management of the dot-au (.au) space from Robert Elz, who has held administrative responsibility for the domain since 1985, as a result of a decision by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).

AuDA approves dot-au competition model

The auDA Board has approved the Competition Model Advisory Panel's final report, which will open the way for competition in the provision of domain name services in the .au domain.

Telstra's ADSL complaints affect ISPs

The threat of a class action against Telstra from Sydney-based lawyer Michael King on behalf some 300 dissatisfied ADSL customers has far-reaching implications for other ISPs as businesses grow more reliant on broadband.

AuDA approves dot-au competition model

The board of Australia's industry body overseeing domain names, au Domain Administration Ltd. (auDA), has approved the Competition Model Advisory Panel's final report, which will open the way for competition in the provision of domain name services i...

Game over: Alston to prohibit online gambling

Gambling service providers will be prohibited from providing online and interactive gambling and wagering services to Australian residents after the introduction of legislation from the federal government, Senator Richard Alston, the minister for Com...

Clock online for filmmaking

Australian film director Alex Proyas (Dark City, The Crow) has unveiled his interactive film website, MysteryClock.com, a space for collaborative filmmaking on the Net.

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