Many thousands of Australians have participated in #FreedomDay protests today against ongoing coronavirus restrictions.
Much of the country remained peaceful, whilst police in Sydney and Melbourne chose to instigate dramatic scenes with protesters at the events.
Tens of thousands of Australians are preparing to participate in Freedom Day protests across the country against coronavirus restrictions.
Following the first round of rallies in May, the date has been marked for 5 September 2020. Police have slammed the events and are urging citizens not to attend.
Australia has taken the first step towards a national 5G digital transition, with Telstra’s new mobile network launching across the country to “improve speed and connectivity” like never before.
Announced at Telstra’s flagship store, the long anticipated 5G network was launched through two new products that have since gone live in selective suburbs.
Australia is gearing up for the imminent arrival of 5G technology, with telecommunications companies beginning to trial and introduce new systems ahead of a planned 2020 rollout.
Developed as part of an international digital transformation, 5G represents a significant leap from the capabilities of previous generations of wireless communications, introducing a range of technological possibilities that have many experts warning of potential health risks.
In the following, we explore the pending arrival of 5G technologies in Australia.
Could Australia be incrementally setting up a similar system?