Should Australian Government websites be taking more steps to protect privacy and security?
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E-government continues to be embraced by the global community as more public services transition online. Advances in information and communications technology (ICT) have enabled the delivery of new types of government services, through a variety of digital channels such as email, smartphones, tablets and smart cards. Central to e-government is the ability to deliver government information and services to support business and the wider community, while also saving time and reducing cost.
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