National Broadband Network: Regulatory Reform for 21st Century Broadband—Submissions
The Australian Government sought views on options for reforming the existing telecommunications regime to make it work more effectively, particularly during the transition to the National Broadband Network, through the Regulatory Reform for 21st Century Broadband: discussion paper.
Submissions in response to the discussion paper closed on Wednesday 3 June 2009.
The Department reserved the right not to publish any submission, or part of a submission, which in the view of the Department contained potentially defamatory material, or where it considered it appropriate to do so for confidentiality or other reasons.
Submissions received included:
- AAPT (PDF, 115.3 KB)
- AARNet (PDF, 109.0 KB)
- Access Innovation Media (AIM) (PDF, 73.3 KB)
- AgForce Queensland Industrial Union of Employers (AgQIUE) (PDF, 36.3 KB)
- Anonymous (PDF, 34.2 KB)
- AUSTAR Television (PDF, 224.4 KB)
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) (PDF, 161.3 KB)
- Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) (PDF, 1.7 MB)
- Australian Computer Society (ACS) (PDF, 38.6 KB)
- Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) (PDF, 69.7 KB)
- Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) (PDF, 106.2 KB)
- Australian Football League (PDF, 151.7 KB)
- Australian ICT in Education Committee (AICTEC) (PDF, 384.9 KB)
- Regulatory Reform Submissions\Australian Information Industry Association submission (AIIA) (PDF, 64.3 KB)
- Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) (PDF, 177.2 KB)
- Australian Rugby League - National Rugby League (ARL - NRL) (PDF, 261.7 KB)
- Australian Telecommunications Users Group (ATUG) (PDF, 161.8 KB)
- AuTech Software and Design (PDF, 212.7 KB)