Which is better for you? ‘We want to be able to do everything on the go’

The future of the internet may be at stake, with the government launching a massive overhaul of Australia’s digital infrastructure.

In a move to streamline the internet, the Federal Government is expected to roll out new laws on the regulation of content and services.

As part of the push to modernise, the Government is set to introduce a “digital citizenship” policy that will give the Federal government control over which websites users can access.

Under the plan, a person would have the power to choose which content they want to access, but would have to pay for the privilege.

Under this plan, the government would take over the management of the websites they visit, ensuring that they are only used for the purposes that they were originally designed to be used for.

The new rules would be rolled out over the next two years, with some areas such as the internet and mobile services set to be given new powers.

In the first year of the plan the government aims to have a total of 20,000 websites managed.

“We want a digital citizenship where we can choose what we want to do on the internet.

That will mean we won’t have to rely on the whims of a single government agency,” Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull said in a statement.”

The government is committed to ensuring the Government works for everyone and every citizen of Australia, regardless of where they live.”

The Government has also promised to bring forward the launch of the National Broadband Network, which will also see a shift in the way internet service providers handle their customers’ data.

The National Broadnet will be a high-speed, fibre-to-the-premises network that will provide Australians with faster broadband.

It will also be able provide high-quality and affordable fibre-optic services, and deliver better broadband and high-capacity broadband for remote areas, such as rural communities.

“In a digital society, we must ensure we have the freedom to do what we like with our digital data, including what we choose to do with our data,” Mr Turnbull said.

“This is about giving Australians more choice on where and when to access their digital data and what they can do with it.

We will ensure the National NBN will be fully funded and fully delivered.”

The plan is part of a wider rollout that includes a crackdown on cybercrime, a shift to new digital technologies and the introduction of new services.

The Federal Government’s digital citizenship plan would see the Government give internet service provider iiNet control over all Australian internet content.

It would also require ISPs to retain all of their customer data for a period of at least five years, and to keep any customer data that is not linked to the user’s account.

The Government is also looking to shift the way the internet works.

The Government wants to remove the requirement that consumers have to agree to all of the content they visit.

“This will allow people to choose what they want from the content that they find on their internet access,” Mr Turner said.

“Instead of having to accept a set of values, which are all the same for everyone, consumers can choose which information is relevant to them.”

Mr Turnbull said the government was also planning to give a new digital citizenship to remote communities, which would allow residents of remote communities to access government services.

In an effort to modernize the way we access the internet for the better, we need to moderniz our laws and processes, including new legislation, and introduce a new Digital Citizenship for the new digital world we’re entering.

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