Digital developments from Canberra 23

The working year has kicked off with a bang. A massive report on myGov and a massive new cultural policy, plus news on digital ID, streaming services, digital platforms, copyright, and even My Health Record. Remember that?

Here are the digital developments from Canberra I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 27 January.

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow.

The robodebt royal commission has been hearing evidence all this week. It’s massively important as well as fascinating, of course, but there’s so much material that I’m leaving it to others to cover.

Parliament is scheduled (PDF) to return this coming Monday 6 February, so I’ll definitely have one of these summaries next week.

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[Photo: Bill Shorten government services minister, and David Thodey, who headed the myGov audit.]