Let’s keep this between ourselves shall we?
There were thirty two submissions to the DCENR’s public consultation on to the National Broadband Plan – the ‘Call-for-Input’. Of those, six believed that what they had to say was so commercially sensitive, dangerous or controversial that the general public should not be allowed to see it – any of it. Perhaps the security of the state is at risk.
Three of them are monopolies owned by the public. They are:
Aurora Telecom (subsidiary of Ervia)
We shall now be seeking the submissions from the Department under the Freedom of Information Act 2014.