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Wednesday Evening (15 Comments) (link)
 Wednesday, 26-June-2013  19:35:30 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Lots of political excitement going on out there - keep up to date with our Politics & Policies forum!

Some overclocking shenanigans occurred on the weekend in Far North Queensland, with an OCAU Hwbot meet which may or may not still be underway.. there's a report here on overclocking-tv. We are still at the OCAU annual meet in Cairns and things are getting on pretty good over here. As said earlier on our previous post, Gigabyte which is the main sponsor for this event (proving the holly ln2 spirit and so forth) ran on the second day (Sunday) an OC workshop as well as a quick competition.

Two games have been refused classification in Australia, namely State of Decay and Saints Row IV. “Today, State of Decay was given a Refused Classification (RC) rating by the Australian Classification Board,” said Microsoft, in a statement sent to Kotaku, “meaning that the game cannot be made available to Australian customers at this time. Microsoft is currently evaluating the options with regards to the title’s classification.

Meanwhile the data retention scheme has been shelved. A controversial "data retention" scheme that would have required Australians' internet and telephone activities to be stored for up to two years for law enforcement purposes has been shelved by the federal government. The shelving came after an inquiry failed to recommend whether the scheme should go ahead.



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