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Global Internet project offers look at Aussie Internet use

According to the Australian researchers, Professor Julian Thomas and Scott Ewing of Melbourne-based Swinburne University, one of the most striking differences between Australia and some other developed countries is the way adults use the Internet for educational purposes

Australian IT salaries on the rise

Survey for the 12 months ending in May is good news for even those looking for entry level positions. An industry leader predicts salaries in the sector will grow despite international financial upheaval, but warns a lack of vision may be damaging

Aussie women ‘undervalued’ in IT, survey says

Many believe they work harder, get paid less and have dimmer prospects for career advancement than their male counterparts, according to the Australian Computer Society

Online scams cost Aussies over $600 million

A consumer alert program called Fraud Fortnight started last week here amid initial findings that Australians have dished out more than AU$700 million (CDN$643million) falling for online scams

BPO gains traction in Aussie market

Business process outsourcing is set to grow 60 per cent in Australia by 2010

Australian gov’t seeks to ban more Web sites

The Australian Government has tabled a bill that will increase the power of police to ban Web sites that they deem crime or terrorism related. The bill was tabled in the Senate.

Australian minister vows to quash WiMax network

Stephen Conroy, the Australian shadow minister for communications and IT, has smashed the federal government's Australia Connected initiative and promised to wipe out the broadband taskforce if Labor wins government.

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