Mark Gregory

Have the copyright bullies pushed too hard?

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Media companies may deserve a modicum of protection from blatant copyright infringement but bullying consumers is only going to make things worse for all concerned.

The secret trade deal that rewrites Australian telco rules

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The Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) could potentially have a dramatic impact on our telecommunications sector.

The NBN endgame

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When the NBN is finally finished in 2020 don’t be surprised when you get far less than what you anticipated.

NBN's FTTN confusion makes any guarantees pointless

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Here's why NBN's Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN) customers are likely to get no better than 12Mbps/1Mbps speeds during the 18 month transition period from the old network to the new one.

NBN, British Telecom and turning back the clock

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NBN is keen to learn British Telecom's FTTN secret sauce but this is a recipe not worth learning.

Is an NBN compromise still possible?

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The telecommunications industry needs to push for a rollout approach that satisfies both sides of the NBN debate. There's still time.

How Netflix mania helps NBN

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The media streaming boom provides NBN with an opportunity to reduce CVC charges while continuing to increase revenue. But it needs a rethink on its product pricing.

Keeping the lid on NBN discontent

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No news is good news, as far as Malcolm Turnbull is concerned, but how long can he keep the inherent weaknesses of the Coalition’s multi-technology mix NBN out of the limelight?

Turnbull's piracy crackdown and the fate of VPNs

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The Abbott government's war on piracy looks set to deliver maximum pain for very little gain.

NBN Design Rules go MIA

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Transparency may be the new motto at NBN Co but the company has slowly but steadily reduced the technical information available to the public about how the network is to be built.

Why the NBN can do without fibre-to-the-node

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NBN Co boss Bill Morrow has an opportunity right now to prevent one of the greatest technology disasters in Australian history by moving beyond the obsolete FTTN technology to an option that provides cheaper G.Fast and self-install fibre-to-the-premises.

Abbott's copyright kowtow a step backwards

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The Abbott government has introduced copyright laws into parliament that appear to have the sole purpose of stamping out the consumer rebellion against delayed access to content and rip-off prices.

Missing the national Wi-Fi boat

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A lack of a government foresight and dithering by NBN Co has led to a missed opportunity to utilise the NBN as infrastructure of choice for nationwide Wi-Fi rollouts.

The NBN fibre cost shock

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Malcolm Turnbull's re-election commitment to provide a pathway from copper to fibre has been achieved but the cost of paying to have the fibre rolled to the premise has blown out to a fearsome and prohibitive extent.

NBN and USO: Searching for a better alignment

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The Coalition government is putting its weight behind a broad public debate about the provision of the Universal Service Obligation and it's a discussion we need to have .

Mumbo-jumbo accounting clouds NBN rollout cost

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What's the point of telling Australians how much it would cost per premises to rollout a full-fibre NBN without providing the equivalent cost for HFC and Fibre-to-the-Node? And where did the operations, maintenance and upgrade costs go?

NBN will suffer under telcos' lack of vision

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The telecommunications industry has demonstrated an astounding lack of strategic vision for decades now, and the NBN is no exception.

TPG back on its fibre horse

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Malcolm Turnbull’s attempt to slow TPG Telecom’s FTTB rollout evidently couldn’t keep the telco down for too long,

NBN: The good, the bad and the downright unfair

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To get a better understanding of what we will receive after spending a large part of $43 billion on what's ultimately a minor upgrade to existing infrastructure, we need to investigate NBN Co’s product technical specifications.

Would a future Turnbull government be better for the NBN?

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Tony Abbott’s continued survival just might be the best chance we have of bringing a fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP)-focused NBN back on the agenda.

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