In a rare move of going public for the first time, Australia's premier spy organization ASIO launched an open campaign for recruits, inviting hopeful journalists to come to its Canberra Headquarters.
Australia's premier spy organization is infiltrating social media and revamping its own website in a bid to attract more young people to join its ranks.
Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon is reported to have proposed draft regulations for the Healthcare Identifiers service, rolling out a 16-digit identifier for the majority of Australians, after privacy and security experts revealed a Senate inquiry the HI Bill could not rationally be addressed without the accompanying rules that underpin the legislation.
A new study is reported to be initiated to investigate whether cycling to and from work is a health hazard.
The Queensland University of Technology PhD study, led by Thomas Cole-Hunter, quoted, "I want to find out if the pollution cyclists breathe in is potentially harmful to their health," he said.
The U. S. Legislators have expressed their concern over the likelihood of the rise in the cable prices and limitations to be imposed on the customers while accessing the programs, if the Comcast-NBC deal gets through.
The $30 billion deal will allow Comcast to take full control of NBC Universal's operations, enjoying a 51% stake.
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