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Telecommunications report: experts available for comment

RMIT University < 1 mins read

Experts from RMIT University are available to talk to media about the TIO’s Annual Report in relation to digital inclusion, accessibility and cyber security.  


Mark Gregory, Associate Professor in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering 

Topics: telecommunications, mobiles, reasons for complaints, digital inclusion, performance, cyber security, impact on business 

Mark Gregory actively participates in public debate covering telecommunications, digital security and the Internet. 


Dr Torgeir Aleti, Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing 

Topics: consumers, older adults’ concerns about increasing cost of staying connected, their levels of digital competency and engagement with the digital economy 

Torgeir Aleti’s research relates to social and relational aspects of consumption choices and behaviour, grounded in social learning theory.

Contact details:



Mark Gregory, +61 418 999 089 or   

Torgeir Aleti, +61 423 343 088 or   


General media enquiries: RMIT External Affairs and Media, 0439 704 077 or

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