Tech giant IBM pays about $30m compensation to taxpayers over botched census – The Sydney Morning Herald


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Tech giant IBM pays about $30m compensation to taxpayers over botched census
The Sydney Morning Herald
Computer giant IBM has paid an extraordinary sum of about $30 million to the Australian government for the botched 2016 census, entirely covering the additional cost to taxpayers, it can be revealed. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said IBM had coughed ...
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