Tech companies shouldn't 'resist' govt seeking 'greater powers' to regulate internet
Minister for Cyber Safety Paul Fletcher says the government is seeking to give the e-safety commissioner "greater powers" to protect Australians online and hopes tech companies will not be "resistant" to the government's push."We want to increase the e-safety commissioner wider powers but the act will also include what we're calling the basic online safety expectations - things like having a complaint system," he said.
Rollout : When can I expect 5 G ? 5 G is already here, but unless the stars of your location, the wireless carrier you subscribe to and the 5 G could transform schools by enabling virtual- and augmented-reality experiences that will bring concepts out of textbooks and into real life for kids in classrooms.
Huawei Technologies Co. looked like it would survive a U.S. campaign to persuade its allies to block the supplier from their new mobile networks. Boeing Hit With . 9 Million Fine for Alleged Safety Lapses. Here’s a run-down on how the ban could throttle the global rollout of 5 G : Cost and Delays.
Health scares and lies about the incoming 5G mobile network will be targeted by a new awareness campaign.
Public money will also go towards researching the electromagnetic energy emitted by the technology.
Telcos have been calling on the federal government to counter misinformation about the 5G rollout.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher said radiation emitted by 5G was no different to a microwave or baby monitor.
Mr Fletcher pointed to various international health authorities, including the World Health Organisation, who said the technology was safe.
"The rigorous safety standards for mobile networks and devices in Australia draw on extensive scientific research into (emissions), globally and in Australia, over many decades," he said on Monday.
Apple Pay is now available for St George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne customers – but if you're a Westpac customer you'll have to wait until June 2020 .
Westpac is the final big four bank to allow its customers to make tap-and-go payments with their iPhones, announcing plans to rollout Apple Pay across its various brands by mid-2020. The country's second largest bank on Thursday said the payment service, which effectively allows customers to upload their cards to their phone, is now available for the St George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne brands.Westpac customers will have access to Apple Pay by June 2020, the bank said. The rollout to its core brand is taking longer because the Westpac uses a different banking platform, a bank spokeswoman said.