A misguided NBN Co witch-hunt

The Coalition's strategy to question the competency of NBN Co might make for good politics, but can it really make the company any better?

Malcolm Turnbull made two notable speeches this week, one attacking the pernicious threat of the Federal Government’s proposed mandatory data retention regime and another criticising the misguided priorities of a less than competent NBN Co. Both speeches were delivered with great aplomb, something that we have come to expect of the shadow communications minister, and both were interesting for different reasons.  

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