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With $AUD44,513 in the crowdfunded kitty, the campaigners who plan to buy ads in Australian Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull's local newspaper are now planning a wider assault on politicians' eyeballs. As we reported yesterday, folks involved in the petition urging Australia's newly-elected government to …


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  1. Big-nosed Pengie

    This isn't about technology - the Libs neither know nor care about that. It's simply about repaying Uncle Rupert for his support and patronage by ensuring that his business interests aren't compromised or threatened by FTTP.

    1. Goat Jam

      "This isn't about technology"

      True, it is about making other people pay for the shit you want. Pay for your own shit please.

  2. Gray Ham
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    Now over $50k

    If they keep going at this rate, they'll be able to fund Simon's consultant report as well ....

  3. BikePics

    They should have just saved their money and put it towards paying to run fiber from the node to their house :)

    1. Thorne

      $44K might not be enough...

    2. Roger Jenkins

      If, it's technologically possible and economically viable and if the government ever release a plan that allows it. FOD isn't even in the policy, so how in hells bells can you say that anyone should get it. It's simply not available, but then again, neither is FTTN.

  4. silent_count

    Hey BikePics, get your coherent logic away from this political football!

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