With the election just two sleeps away, new data reveals how many Australians are confident about identifying “fake news”.
An online wine retailer has been fined more than $200,000 for breaching spam and telemarketing laws after an ACMA investigation.
Concerns that hackers will infiltrate a company’s system are growing among small businesses, most of which aren't properly prepared.
In a disturbing attack, scammers have hacked into the Facebook pages of multiple Australian businesses and uploaded pornographic content.
A British parliamentary committee has asked Tesla CEO Elon Musk to give evidence about his proposals to buy Twitter "in more depth".
The true story behind a viral video of a top cop dropping a C-bomb during a press conference has been revealed.
WA internet services provider Pentanet has reported an increase in its churn rate as customers migrated interstate following the reopening of the State’s borders last month.
Danielle Le Messurier
Australia's largest telecommunications company has been pinged for overcharging more than 11,000 customers, copping a $500,000 fine.
Twitter doesn't know which direction the social media platform will go after Elon Musk takes over, the CEO has told employees during a meeting about the deal.
Sheila Dang and Katie Paul
Donald Trump says he isn't interested in returning to Twitter under its new owner Elon Musk, even if his permanent ban is lifted.
Elon Musk reached an agreement to buy Twitter for AUD$61 billion, promising a more lenient touch to policing content on the social media platform.
Enough people to almost fill Optus Stadium were ripped off by a tax office impersonation scam last year and complaints about the rort have recently spiked, prompting a warning on how to avoid being duped.
Rebecca Le May
Twitter and Elon Musk are in talks over his takeover offer, sources say, after investors urged the platform not to let the chance for a deal slip away.
Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Greg Roumeliotis
INSIDER: Web 3.0 is coming and with it, the metaverse, where the real world meets virtual reality — along with a new wave of disruption.
Microsoft Corp says it has disrupted hacking attempts by the Russian military to spy on government bodies in the United States and European Union.
Telecommunications companies will face new rules from June 30 to stop 'SIM-swap' scams where fraudsters take control of a user's phone number.
Telstra has rolled out a new SMS scam filter to address the jump in phone scams in Australia.
Queensland Police has been torn to shreds after images of Adolf Hitler were found in online domestic violence training.
Uber and taxi passengers in NSW could soon be hit with additional fees with the state government weighing up a major change.
A young man has told of how he was a victim of a homophobic hate crime after being attacked in a popular shopping mall by a total stranger.
Social media app TikTok has launched a new campaign to help tackle political misinformation in the upcoming federal election.
A highly requested update will split the app’s traditional news feed into two and bring back a longed-for feature.
The NRL star’s wife took to social media for the first time since charges against her husband were laid.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has responded to the release of bombshell emails undermining her government’s integrity.
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