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Title 7.30: 25/09/12
Published Australia : ABC, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (27 min. 59 sec.) ; 169231427 bytes
Summary GOVERNMENT FEARS EXTENT OF WORKPLACE BULLYINGAfter 7.30's recent story on workplace bullying laws, we've heard many similar stories and the Federal Government fears it may be the tip of the iceberg as they await a report from their parliamentary inquiry.GUNNS ADMINISTRATION CUTS JOBS AND COULD AXE MILLWith Tasmanian timber company Gunns entering voluntary administration, questions are being asked about who's to blame and what future the State's pulp mill has. ASYLUM SEEKERS FACE UNCERTAIN NAURU LEGAL STATUSThe growing number of asylum seekers housed on Nauru find themselves with little clarity about their legal status, prompting questions about the process.FOREIGN CYBER CRIME SPARKS INTERNET SECURITY WARNINGAustralian businesses and Defence organisations are seeing an increase in online spying and sabotage, prompting warnings about internet security
Event Broadcast 2012-09-25 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Computer hackers.
Refugees -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Internet -- Security measures.
Bullying in the workplace -- Law and legislation.
Worksafe Victoria.
Cyber intelligence (Computer security)
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Ewart, Heather, reporter
Hoy, Greg, reporter
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter
Batt, Karen, contributor
Blair, Dennis, contributor
Bowen, Chris, contributor
Clements, George N, contributor
Collis, Gary, contributor
Dupont, Alan, contributor
Gibson, James, contributor
Goura, Adonis, contributor
Harmer, Michael, contributor
Mann, David, contributor
Monk, Paul M. S, contributor
Nathan, Sara, contributor
Patteson, Carolyn, contributor
Ravell, Sulieman, contributor
Samarasinghe, Thisara, contributor
Shorten, Bill, contributor