CommsWire - 18 December 2017

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Court action against Optus over allegations of misleading customers on NBN
The ACCC has hauled Australia?s second largest telco Optus before the Federal Court, alleging the company misled customers about the need to move quickly from its existing HFC network to the National Broadband Network.

One third of NBN 'would change back if they could'
A new report "reveals widely varying user experiences for Australia?s NBN customers, with a third of NBN users wishing they could return to their non-NBN service."

Optus offers data-free sports from Seven Network
Optus is offering new apps to offer data-free streaming of Seven?s live coverage of Australian Open, Winter Olympics and Commonwealth Games

VicRoads uses satellite positioning tech in automated driving tests
Driving of the future was on show this week at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, as VicRoads tested a highly automated driving (HAD) vehicle fitted with claimed world-first satellite positioning technology.

US brings an end to net neutrality regulations
The Federal Communications Commission in the United States has ended net neutrality rules which regulate access to the Internet and which required Internet Service Providers to treat all Web traffic equally.