The coalition's no big fan of the NBN; this is hardly news. At a media conference yesterday, opposition spokesperson Paul Fletcher outlined the Coalition's policy in a speech that one observer described as 'more like the Sylvia Plath version of a keynote speech than an actual statement of how we could improve the status of broadband in Australia.' Gus was there, and his impressions of the Coalition's position is over at Lifehacker. [Lifehacker]
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