• ACMA chair Nerida O’Loughlin comments
• The breach was the result of an inadvertent error by SEN+
• Activ8me, Aussie Broadband, Flip TV, Hello Broadband, Mate Communicate, My Net Fone and Telechoice paid a total of $88,200
The ACMA is also concerned about content made available or linked to on broadcasters’ websites.
Chapman is currently the head of regulatory affairs and corporate communications at SCA.
O'Loughlin was most recently interim CEO of the Digital Transformation Agency
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