CommsWire - 9 July 2019


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NBN Co 'should have supplied modems for all connections'
The NBN Co miscalculated when it decided not to supply a modem to each resident on fibre-to-the-node and fibre-to-the-building connections, the head of a small retail service provider says, adding that this could have helped the company diagnose connection issues remotely.

Young Indians take Google to court over alleged Android abuse
Three young Indians have been responsible for their country joining the ranks of nations that are investigating Google for alleged abuse of its Android platform.

Boost Mobile partners with Alegre in refurbished phone deals
Boost Mobile has partnered with refurbished device company Alegre to launch a full range of Boost refurbished phones to its customers, while also announcing new Anytime Plus mobile plans bonus data offers.

GSA says 25 5G smartphones announced so far, nine already on sale
Twenty-five 5G smartphones have been announced and at least nine are now commercially available, the Global Mobile Suppliers Association says in its report for June.

Encryption law making life harder for journalists: claim
The passage of the Australian encryption law has made it harder for journalists to communicate with their sources without jeopardising their confidentiality, American cryptography fellow Dr Riana Pfefferkorn has claimed in a submission to an inquiry into the law.

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