Stories by Byron Kaye

Is your software too hot to handle?

Software piracy is costing the Australian economy up to $1 billion a year, according to the Business Software Association of Australia (BSAA) chairman Jim Macnamara.

GST slips through the net

While the Federal Government has no strategy to monitor GST payments on overseas Internet purchases, security fears will prevent a surge in Australians taking advantage of the online tax loop-hole, according to IDC analyst Graham Penn.

Picasso: More than just a pretty face

Most of the hype surrounding business-to-business ecommerce has been generated from those marketing "pretty" email and front-end systems, says Frank Colli, MD for back-end procurement company Leading Solutions.

So whose ABC is it anyway?

Editorial policy cannot prevent the ABC from curbing online news content to accommodate Telstra's commercial interests, argues John Millard, an ABC producer called to testify in parliament.

BHP gives employees cheap net access

BHP will spend $5 million on supplying its own employees with PC and internet use, as part of the Federal Government's "Rural and Regional Renewal" initiative.

Telstra under scrutiny of Nats

Telstra is "on watch" after the National Party insisted the Federal Government conduct a nationwide public inquiry into the service levels of the telco.

UPDATE: Hackers with heart

A small legal loophole may prevent hacker advocate group 2600 Australia from broadcasting DVD decryption codes and other sensitive information on national television.

One.Tel warned about equity raising tactics

PBL and News Ltd offshoot One.Tel has been unofficially cautioned by the Australian Stock Exchange for attempting an equity-raising tactic which favours its major shareholders over smaller shareholders.

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