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Justine Damond's death 'should not have happened'
An Australian woman's shooting was caused by the "actions of one individual", the police chief says.
[BBC News Americas]

Aussie astrophotographers' incredible pics of the South Island's night skies
We're lucky to live in one of the most picturesque countries in the world — but sometimes, you need look through the eyes of two Aussies to really appreciate it. Australian couple Jake Scott-Gardner and Joanna Scott describe...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Australian PM seeks access to encrypted messages
The country's leader says the internet cannot be a "dark place" for criminals to communicate.
[BBC News]

Australian PM seeks access to encrypted messages
The country's leader says the internet cannot be a "dark place" for criminals to communicate.
[BBC]

Australia's plan to force tech giants to give up encrypted messages may not add up
Malcolm Turnbull says the ‘law of Australia’ will prevail over the ‘laws of mathematics’ in new legislation on encryption. But he is on shaky ground The Australian government is proposing legislation, similar to that introduced in the UK, that will compel technology companies to provide access to (...)
[The Guardian]

New law would force Facebook and Google to give police access to encrypted messages
Under government plan, internet companies would be obliged to give law enforcement agencies warranted access The Australian government has proposed a new cybersecurity law to force global technology companies such as Facebook and Google to give law enforcement agencies access to encrypted (...)
[The Guardian]

Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes offer extra $2,500 in Tournament Guarantees this weekend!
This weekend Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Poker have added extra $2,500 in tournament guarantees to its tournament schedule. The tournaments will be extra appealing for Australians since they will run during Australian peak hours. - - Buy-in for Friday's PERTH $500 GTD is only $5 + $.50 (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes offer extra $2,500 in Tournament Guarantees this weekend!
This weekend Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Poker have added extra $2,500 in tournament guarantees to its tournament schedule. The tournaments will be extra appealing for Australians since they will run during Australian peak hours. - - Buy-in for Friday's PERTH $500 GTD is only $5 + $.50 (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Cyber fraud a growing risk to Australia's financial markets, report finds
Austrac, the federal government’s financial intelligence agency, says foreign crime syndicates are also manipulating markets and laundering money Australia’s multibillion-dollar financial markets are vulnerable to an increasing risk of cyber-enabled fraud, a new report has found. Overseas-based (...)
[The Guardian]

Tesla to build world's largest lithium ion battery in Australia
Tesla will build the world's biggest lithium ion battery in a state gripped by electricity woes.
[BBC]

Tesla to build world's largest lithium ion battery in Australia
Tesla will build the world's biggest lithium ion battery in a state gripped by electricity woes.
[BBC News]

Elon Musk promises world's biggest lithium ion battery to Australia
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the battery, which will be linked up with a wind farm, will be three times more powerful than the next biggest in the world.
[CNN Money]

Tesla to build world's biggest lithium ion battery in South Australia
Elon Musk’s company Tesla will partner with French utility Neoen to deliver the lithium ion battery designed to improve the security of electricity network Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of Tesla, will build the world’s largest lithium ion battery to store renewable energy in South Australia (...)
[The Guardian]

Australian internet slow and plagued by disconnections, survey finds
Consumer watchdog finds 60% of consumers have had issues with service in past six months and more than 75% of NBN customers have had problems Australia is plagued by internet disconnections, drop-outs and slow download speeds, a survey has found. The Choice internet satisfaction survey found (...)
[The Guardian]

Inside the darknet: where Australians buy and sell illegal goods
A vendor was offering Medicare details of any Australian. Could this be real, or was it just a scam? The only way to know was to request some data • The Medicare machine: patient details of ‘any Australian’ for sale on darknet “Our goal is to become known as the most consistent, reliable supplier (...)
[The Guardian]

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