The devil in the NBN's detail

The excruciating complexity of the Telstra-NBN picture means it is still haunted by uncertain economics. Tax payers should be nervous.

Remember the ‘paperless office’? The term gained currency when desktop computers started popping up on desks around the the world and we thought everything would be read on-screen.

By the mid-1990s, many noted the irony that computers, and a new generation of printers, had filled offices with more paper than ever. 


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