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Australia: November 2022

“VicRoads said data obtained from the Department of Home Affairs confirmed that 942,000 Victorian licence holders had their details compromised as a result of the Optus data breach.”

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“The company plans to build its first plastic recycling facility before the end of 2022. In 2023, it’s hoping to get started on large-scale production, and, from 2024, the startup wants to recycle 20,000 tonnes of plastic per year.”

“First, it must embark on an epic technology-transfer initiative. To be successful, Australia must attract and absorb leading-edge technology, human capital (talent) and investment through a range of strategic partnerships with world-class companies, universities and friendly governments.”

“At least 12 million Australians have had their data exposed by hackers in recent months.”

“A statement from the OGCIO relayed that as a result all the online services such as email, network shares, VoIP services and other government online services offered by the government are currently down. This has paralysed all government ministries and department.”

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