Australian Communications and Media Authority

Part of the Communications portfolio and a Federal authority, also called ACMA

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, the internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications. ACMA's responsibilities include promoting self-regulation and competition in the telecommunications industry, while protecting consumers and other users; fostering an environment in which electronic media respect community standards and responds to audience and user needs; managing access to the radio frequency spectrum, including the broadcasting services bands; representing Australia's communications and broadcasting interests internationally.

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Dear Mr Atkins   Please find attached the decision concerning your Freedom of Information Act request, as well as the attachments referred to in t...
Interactive Gambling Complaints
Response by Australian Communications and Media Authority to Ben Fairless on .

Partially successful.

Dear Mr Fairless   Please find attached:   ·         A letter from the ACMA outlining its decision regarding your recent FOI request; ·     ...
Dear Mr Palmer, Please find attached the ACMA's decision in regards to your Freedom of Information application below. Yours sincerely, Stephen Jones...
Many thanks for your most recent email of 10 October and for the additional material and information supplied and provided therein. Based on your...
Phone-in Quiz Show Policies
Response by Australian Communications and Media Authority to Corin Tentchoff on .

Information not held.

Dear Mr/Ms Tentchoff,   I refer to your application to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for access to documents under the...
Perhaps the request could be refined to redact the offensive material? I suspect the only part of the information that is offensive is the URLs and per...
Number of link-deletion notices issued
Request to Australian Communications and Media Authority by G King. Annotated by G King on .


Speedy reply and the linked content is more comprehensive then I expected. Good job ACMA!

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