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Telstra formally warned over 5G expansion

Telstra has been hit with a formal warning by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for failing to comply with regulations governing the deployment of mobile base stations.

The investigation comes as Telstra ignores growing concerns by Australian residents regarding the technology, while they continue ramping up efforts to capitalise on the next generation rollout.

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Suburbs included in Telstra’s 5G hotspot launch

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.

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Revealed: 5G tower locations across Australia | Exclusive

5G locations obtained from AMTA data and confirmed with RFNSA.

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5G rollout set for 2020 in Australia

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.

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Australian telcos block access to 4chan, other websites

Australian Internet Service Providers (ISP) have begun blocking access to websites used to host footage of the Christchurch livestream, including 4chan, 8chan, Liveleak, Voat and ZeroHedge.

Telstra, Vodafone and Optus have all announced that various websites will be restricted under ‘sensitive material guidelines’, in a move that has many Australians concerned about growing systems of mass censorship.

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