April 16, 2009
If you want the country moulded by an invisible hand, Stephen, and I notice you do, then I’m the guy, writes Anson Cameron.
April 16, 2009
The Rudd Government’s proposed fibre to the premises (FTTP) broadband network has generated a rich variety of ill-informed media commentary. It is time to debunk some of these myths, writes Rod Tucker.
December 4, 2008 4
Today in the remote Indigenous community of Oenpelli, adjacent to Kakadu National Park in West Arnhem Land, residents can access the internet at speeds comparable to those available in Sydney and Melbourne, reports Graham Ring.
December 4, 2008 2
Isn't it extraordinary that despite taxpayers paying for ABC content, licenses and ABC's development and web-hosting costs, they have to pay again because for all other ISPs, ABC content is metered? asks Joshua Gans.
November 27, 2008 5
Nick Minchin is right in predicting that there’ll be more litigation from Telstra – or its competitors – before this is over, writes Bernard Keane.
June 3, 2008 1
Can we believe the Government’s costing of $8.7b for a Fibre-To-The-Node network? Perhaps not, writes Bernard Keane.
May 14, 2008 2
Of $4.7b promised for the National Broadband Network, only 0.16% has been committed, writes Stilgherrian.
May 7, 2008 4
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has been getting a kicking on Crikey in recent times, so it’s nice for once to feel a warm inner glow about him, writes Margaret Simons.
April 3, 2008 2
NSW's criminal justice system ... Rudd's Japan diplomacy ... OPEL and rural broadband ... the stockmarket ... the RBA ... the ABC ...
April 2, 2008 1
It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that the Government’s cancellation of the regional broadband contract with Optus and Elders it inherited from Helen Coonan was inevitable, writes Bernard Keane.