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Internet Australia, the peak body representing Internet users, has offered to assist the Federal Government’s Digital Transformation Office in the interest of eliminating the ‘Digital Divide’ between those with access to the Internet and those who are yet to be connected.
“In his short time as our Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has provided much needed encouragement to those of us who believe Australia can truly become a great innovation nation," said Internet Australia CEO Laurie Patton.
“Today’s Innovation Statement provides a comprehensive framework that will help our entrepreneurs now and in the future become world class. It confirms at the highest level of government the need for Australia to embrace an Internet driven digital future”.
Internet Australia is proud to be an official chapter of the global Internet Society (ISOC). This graphic shows the breadth of ISOC's work at a time when the Internet is increasingly under threat from dubious regulatory intervention and, worst still, the actions of criminal and other antisocial forces.
Internet Australia, the peak body representing Internet users, has given its support to Labor’s latest innovation statement, released today, arguing that it provides further proof of the need for Australia to fast track the construction of the national broadband network.
As we await the Government's much anticipated Innovation Statement Internet Australia has warned against allowing innovation to become a "politician's toy" in the run up to the federal elections.