CommsWire - 4 June 2018


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Don?t exclude Huawei from Australian 5G: chairman
Huawei Australia chairman John Lord has launched a strong defence of the company and its operations, saying that if it were excluded from the 5G network build locally it would be of huge significance for the company.

Amaysim bundles free mobile with energy plans
Amaysim has evolved from a mobile phone virtual network operator (MVNO) company into a utilities provider, and is taking advantage of its offerings to make deals to get you to switch.

ZTE may pay fine of US$1.7b to start trading again
The US Government could soon ask Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation to pay a fine of US$1.7 billion as part of a deal to allow the firm to start trading again.

CommBank sent 650 customer emails to wrong domain
About 10,000 customers of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the country's biggest bank, may have had their personal information compromised due to emails being sent to the cba.com domain, instead of cba.com.au.

Google not to renew drone work, but no assurance on future deals
Google has told its staff that it will not renew its deal with the Pentagon to work on Project Maven, a project which provides the military with AI technology to better identify images on the battlefield.

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