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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its Household Use of Information Technology report for 2012-13. There’s oodles of interesting data in the latest issue, including which Australian state/territory has the highest percentage of internet-connected households. (The answer might surprise you.)
The federal government has released a new “industry backed” guide to help us get more from and encourage positive use of the Internet. While there is some government-created material, it also pulls together resources from a number of sources. For example, “The Line” is a blog-style resource with contributions from Sydney Boys high School and Money Smart.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) reports that for the first quarter of the year the level of complaints about mobile phones dropped by 30 per cent, but Australian consumers still found plenty to complain about, with an overall rise in complaints of 4.5 per cent.
Public awareness of the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) has more than doubled in the past four years, according to the latest TIO Talks report national survey. However, despite these gains, a whopping 43 percent of respondents remained clueless about the organisation’s existence. (That stifled giggle you just heard came from Dodo’s headquarters.)