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New research showing a dramatic increase in mobile internet use in regional and remote Australia highlights the importance of the Abbott Government’s policy to spend $100 million on fixing mobile black spots, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher MP has said.

One in five young Australians aged eight to seventeen experiences cyber-bullying each year, according to new research commissioned by the Abbott Government and released today by Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher MP at the National Centre Against Bullying conference.

Key resources to help protect young Australians against the threat of cyber-bullying are being provided with the launch of the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s Digital Citizens Update, one year on from the launch of the Cybersmart Citizens portal.

Paul Fletcher MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications, has issued a reminder that next week is the last chance for people to nominate locations for the Abbott Government’s $100 million Mobile Black Spot Programme. Final nominations of eligible black spots are due by 5pm on Friday the 1st of August and can be made by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

NBN Co today launched its new satellite support scheme, which will deliver broadband services to Australia’s most remote premises.

Federal Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher today encouraged local university students to enter The Speaker’s University Challenge, where students are asked to explore the topic: ‘Freedom of speech in a modern day democracy’.

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