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Topic: the Internet
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It’s never been more important to close the digital divide

This pandemic is changing the way we use the internet. But many unlucky Australians with inferior services are being completely left behind.

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Naveed Ahmed)

India shutters the internet in support of its nationalist agenda

Millions of people in India are being denied access to the internet, which is having direct impact on the economy, education and human rights.

Aussies love their data. And other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: data bout … whisky drought … CFTC doubt …

Aussies love their data. And other business tidbits of the day.

Internet-based job ads are on the rise. And other business tidbits of the day.

Business Bites: ads increase … Buffett’s brief … Macca’s serves teeth …

Internet-based job ads are on the rise. And other business tidbits of the day.

The NBN Co is going to try to roll out broadband using whatever technology is currently available as soon as possible. That will get broadband into homes faster -- but will it be outdated before it even arrives?

Sluggish and antiquated NBN coming soon to a node near you

The NBN Co is going to try to roll out broadband using whatever technology is currently available as soon as possible. That will get broadband into homes faster -- but will it be outdated before it even arrives?

Telstra has announced a massive investment in wireless technology for customers today. Telcos are thinking ahead to a more wireless world.

Wireless world: telcos invest as we become more mobile

Telstra has announced a massive investment in wireless technology for customers today. Telcos are thinking ahead to a more wireless world.

More than 3.4 million Australian homes are stuck with bog-standard broadband, thanks to the Coalition's latest NBN misstep. Our own correspondent feels dudded.

Turnbull pulls the plug on FTTP, so ‘we’re back to the drawing board’

More than 3.4 million Australian homes are stuck with bog-standard broadband, thanks to the Coalition's latest NBN misstep. Our own correspondent feels dudded.

A United States court decision has enshrined the principal of internet neutrality  -- and moves the goal posts on what service providers must offer. <em>Crikey</em>’s tech expert examines the implications.

Net neutrality and why the internet might have just changed forever

A United States court decision has enshrined the principal of internet neutrality  -- and moves the goal posts on what service providers must offer. Crikey’s tech expert examines the implications.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk consular compassion (or lack thereof) and envision dinner chez Bernardi.

At home with Cory Bernardi

Crikey readers talk consular compassion (or lack thereof) and envision dinner chez Bernardi.

As the Australian government plans the retreat from pricing carbon, a new OECD report argues credible and consistent carbon pricing must be the cornerstone of government actions to tackle climate change.

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

As the Australian government plans the retreat from pricing carbon, a new OECD report argues credible and consistent carbon pricing must be the cornerstone of government actions to tackle climate change.