links for 2010-11-01

  • Government raises law enforcement concerns. The Attorney-General's Department has fingered the shift from landline telephones to IP telephony as the trigger for its secretive data retention proposal.
  • The takeover of the Australian Securities Exchange by its Singaporean counterpart would have to be one of the most awful ideas to be forced down our throats in yonks.
  • POOR sales have forced the Australian arm of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts to go into voluntary administration. Owners of the super-sweet chain have denied the downturn has been caused by increasingly health-conscious customers, instead pointing to a number of ailing outlets affected by high rents and high distribution costs.
  • The Australian arm of the Krispy Kreme doughnut company is going into administration, citing poor sales and high costs.
  • Krispy Kreme doughnuts' Australian division is going into voluntary administration because of poor sales. The Australian arm of the US company was placed in the hands of accountancy firm Smith Hancock on Friday, it has been reported.
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