Australia's plans and politics were always driven by the big-money companies involved in resource extraction, but China's dramatic rise in demand for Australia's resources has accelerated payments in cash to this sector, while arguably slowing the country's attempts to diversify - or to do anything the major resource firms don't like.

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Published: October 3, 2014
Last Revised: October 3, 2014

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    Jawad Akhtar | 10-03-2014


    As usual, always a pleasure to read your column.
    A new security flaw has been discovered recently with USB devices that cannot be patched and leaves all computers vulnerable to being compromised. With most of our computer components being manufactured in China, now that the source code and vulnerability has been published in the wild, how long before all our computer get infected and compromised by the Chinese and Russians?

    Jawad Akhtar


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