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The recent report Communications report Australia in the digital economy: The shift to the online environment published by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) reveals that ‘At June 2010, 77 per cent of the population aged 14 years and over had access to the internet at home, 40 per cent at work and 15 per cent at locations other than home or work. Sixty-six per cent of persons aged 14 years and over had a home broadband service, up from 53 per cent at June 2009’ (p. 2) and correspondingly, ‘The proportion of the population not using the internet on a weekly basis declined to 22 per cent in June 2010 from 33 per cent in June 2005.

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