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  1. Public Audit - Dual Citizenship

    This article conducts a public audit into dual citizenship of politicians.

    In the last few weeks Australians have become aware that some of their elected members to the House of Representative and Senate had dual citizenship.

    Yesterday evening after another disclosure of dual citizenship, this time by Fiona Nash, my wife decide to take action rather than observe how Australian people loose slowly the last bit of confidence they had in politicians and our political system.

    Today and over the weekend, each politician receives the letter enclosed on this thread and...
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  2. Poor telecom industry practices -...

    This article describes the bad industry practice of overselling bandwidth

    The disaster of NBN is currently rapidly unfolding as predicted by many experts of the 1st hour. Just like with any other type of disaster also many new experts emerge on various platforms who were not capable of seeing the flaws or saw them but refrained from communicating about it. Those new experts are there for either two reasons, either they like to pick the fruits (read benefits) of the disaster unfolding or they wish to press their stamp now on future strategic decisions for...
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  3. Sweet dreams sweet prince. Optus...

    Optus will end it's remaining 2G services in SA, QLD, VIC, NSW, TAS & ACT August 1st 2017

    Counting today there is only 6 days remaining before the Optus 2G (2nd Generation) Network is finally shut off and it's remaining services disconnected.

    Announced by Optus last year on the 23rd of November, the network would first be shut off in WA & NT first on the 3rd of April 2017 and the rest of the remaining states would have theirs shut off on August 1st 2017 this includes;

    • SA,...
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  4. TPG has changed how they sell...

    Perhaps we\'ll see this come from more RSP\'s as time goes on?

    This morning is a day like no other, it was just another day out in the telecommunications sector until TPG this morning have now changed how they sell plans to you over the NBN.
    [​IMG]

    TPG has had a change of mind of how they sell it.
    Instead of selecting one of the three tiers that they offered in the past i.e 'Up-to 12, 25 and 100' Megabits. It's now sold as

    Standard
    Between 5 and 12 Megabits

    Boost...
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  5. The National Broadband Network is...

    The NBN is now 50% built, still another 50% to go till the rollout is finished

    This morning it was officially announced by NBN(TM) that the network rollout has now reached the halfway point meaning the...
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  6. Editors Opinion: Australian Labor...

    While ALP Members talk about the LNP Party destroying NBN, there isn't enough being done about it

    When it comes to both local and Federal Australian Labor Party members talking about the National Broadband Network online on sites like Facebook and Twitter the presence is ever so highly strong.





    But when it comes to talking about the issues in Parliament it's mostly crickets. While you could mention to me that's its not every last ALP members job to push the NBN agenda hard because it isn't part of...
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  7. The ICT mistakes of our Federal &...

    This article describes the failures in political & strategical government decisionmaking

    Since last year, Australians have been in their daily lives consistently confronted with the effects of poor performing information systems and networks under direct control of the Government or under indirect control within Government Business Enterprises (GBE). These problems originate from incorrect decisions on, first the political level, than onwards on the strategic level and which then flow eventually down to the design, implementation and operational levels. As the negative effects...
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  8. Wireless Technology WILL NOT...

    Lets look into the flaws of the statement that "5G will replace Fixed-Line Technology"

    After reading multiple statements and articles criticizing both liberal and labors parties for rolling out fixed line technology as their main policy platform, I have decided to write this article from a technical standpoint not a political standpoint.

    If we go to the basics of what users need from data we have two different standpoints, we have residential users and business users.

    Residential users mostly require only a couple of things to be treated as a “proper connection” most...
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  9. Poor telecom industry practices -...

    This article discusses the bad practice of internet service providers to use private IP numbers

    This article is the first of a series of articles which describe poor telecommunication industry practices. Although the articles are technical in most aspects, the articles are specifically written for readers with a non technical background. The intention is to educate those readers to such a level that they are capable of judging their own quality of internet service without assistance of their Internet Service Provider. With this goal in mind, the articles are not intended to be complete...
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  10. NBN Podcast, No Spin, no Bull

    NBN Podcast being hosted by Pascalg15 without the NBN twisted spin to it

    While this isn't something of the NBN Forum's own doing It's still good to see to see it happening in the first place. Announced by Pascalg15 he'll be running an Podcast on PolitiScopeOz next Tusday the 20th of June at 4PM AEST.



    If podcasts, politics and NBN are some personal interests of...
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