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Russian Hackers Who Attacked Australia’s Largest Medical Insurer Release Massive 6.5 Gigabytes of Stolen Data
The Russian cybercriminals that stole personal data from nearly 10 million Australians have released the single largest data dump to date, announcing it was “case closed” for the Medibank hacking ...
December 1, 2022
Entertainment Industry Sings out for National Music Body
Australian music groups are calling on the federal government to set up a national agency to develop the industry. ...
September 6, 2022
Australian Banking Watchdog Tightens Rules for High-Risk Loans
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) will now require banks to hold higher capital levels against interest-only loans, ...
November 30, 2021
Australian First Home Buyers to Suffer as Lending Rules Tighten: Experts
First home buyers and low-income borrowers in Australia will have a more difficult time breaking into the housing ...
October 12, 2021
Mortgage Lending Rules Tightened to Rein in Australian Property Market
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has announced long-expected changes to home loan lending rules to cool the ...
October 6, 2021
13 Worst-Performing Australian Super Funds Named Following Inaugural Test
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has named thirteen superannuation funds that have failed its inaugural performance test since ...
September 2, 2021
New Home Loans Reach Record $31bn on the Back of Owner-Occupier Loans
Home loan commitments have risen to another new high in April, and financial regulators are pleased that it ...
June 4, 2021
APRA Forces Finance Industry to Take Cybersecurity Seriously
An Australian financial regulator has put its foot down on cybersecurity forcing banks, insurers, and superannuation funds to ...
November 27, 2020
Daniel Y. Teng
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The Controversy of Research Censorship and Preprints
US Planning $10 Billion Sale of HIMARS Rocket Launchers, Ammunition to Poland
Biden Attempt at Bipartisan Unity Evaporates as State of the Union Speech Irks Republicans
Papuan Separatists in Indonesia Take New Zealand Pilot Hostage
Heated Rhetoric at House Committee Hearing on Illegal Immigration
Freedom vs. ‘More Government Control’: Gov. Sanders Delivers GOP Rebuttal to Biden’s State of the Union
Republicans Respond to Biden’s State of the Union Address
Australia and China Hold First Trade Minister Meeting in Three Years