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Inter-Process Communication – building block for the new internet

The blog on the need for a new internet received quite a bit of (international) attention and with the assistance of colleague John Day  would like to elaborate a bit further on this. I mentioned RINA as a good example … Continue reading

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I didn’t put my name on the Census

On many occasions I have written about the dangers of electronic communications in relation to data retention laws, government e-spying and other activities undermining our democracy and our liberty. To date governments still have to come up with evidence that … Continue reading

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Global Cloud Specialists are Driving Growth in the Australian Data Centre Market

Data Centres BuddeComm has been supportive of the data centre market since the 1990s. However, it took nearly 20 years for the industry to reach its current position. The arrival of cloud computing, Big Data, M2M and IoT allowed for … Continue reading

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How to move cybersecurity forward in a more positive way

In 2013 I wrote a blog Telecoms as a spying tool, in which I mentioned that those who use the internet to spy indiscriminately will have to face the reality that such activities will only start a cat-and-mouse game – … Continue reading

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Is technology tinkering with our democratic principles?

There are some dangerous signs in and around politics that appear to constitute an undermining of our democratic principles. The main reason I address this issue here is that this undermining is largely taking place with the assistance of ICT … Continue reading

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