Compliance & Regulation

The internet industry, a comparitively new industry, has found an intergral place within the telecommunications industry. A mixture of legislation and self regulation allow us the freedom to innovate and provides our customers with security and confidence to conduct business with us.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

The ACCC promotes competition and fair trade in the market place to benefit consumers, businesses and the community. It also regulates national infrastructure services. Its primary responsibility is to ensure that individuals and businesses comply with the Commonwealth competition, fair trading and consumer protection laws.

The Australian Communications & Media Authority (ACMA)

ACMA is a newly formed department within government, consolidating the previous Australian Broadcasting Authority (ABA) & the Australian Communications Authority (ACA). ACMA is responsible for regulating online content, including internet and mobile phone content, and enforcing Australia's anti-spam law. ACMA's responsibilities include

  • promoting self-regulation and competition in the communications industry, while protecting consumers and other users
  • fostering an environment in which electronic media respect community standards and respond to audience and user needs
  • managing access to the radiofrequency spectrum
  • representing Australia's communications interests internationally
Communication Alliance Ltd

Formally known as Australian Communication Industry Forum (ACIF), Communications Alliance was formed to provide a unified voice for the Australian communications industry and to lead it into the next generation of converging networks, technologies and services. The prime mission of Communications Alliance is to promote the growth of the Australian communications industry and the protection of consumer interests by fostering the highest standards of business ethics and behaviour through industry self-governance.