An internetwork definition has been created for a new online activity called internetwork.
The definition was developed by the Internetwork Expert Blog and it defines internetwork as “the use of the internet to engage in activities or to communicate with others in the same way as a normal person”.
Internetwork is currently unregulated.
However, there is a growing number of people using internetwork to work in a variety of ways, including working from home and online.
The definition of Internetwork is a step forward in understanding what internetwork is and what the legal landscape might be like for a future that is not yet established.
It is also important to remember that internetwork and other related activities can fall under the definition of work, which is defined as “work performed in connection with an occupation or employment”.
The term internetwork has also been used in recent legislation in Australia.
For example, the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 2010 defines internetworking as:”work performed on a computer, network or networked device by a person who: (a) is the owner of the computer, computer network or device; or (b) controls the computer or computer network, or the network; or has obtained control of the network, and has control over access to or use of such information; or the data is processed, stored or transmitted on the network or computer; or is used in the operation of a business; or provides support or assistance to the business; (c) is authorised by or under the law of a State or Territory to perform such work, and the activity involves the use of data or information on the computer network.”
The definition defines internetworks activity as being “related to an activity that is carried on on a network or the internet, whether or not the activity is in connection to or is carried out on the internet”.
There is no formal definition of “work” in the law.
The internetwork expert is a PhD candidate in the Department of Communications, Information and Telecommunications at Monash University.
Her work focuses on the role of internetworks in Australia and the potential impacts that it could have on the labour market and employment.
She has written about internetworking in a number of publications including ‘The future of online work: a review of internetworking and the future of Australian employment’ and ‘Internetwork as a social contract’.
She has also published several papers and book chapters on the subject.
“Internetworking is a very good way of engaging in a job or social activity,” she said.
“It’s been a huge way of socialising, and we need to be aware that people are using the internet for this.”
This definition may change over time.
Ms McLean said the internetwork act needed to be updated to reflect the reality of the legal status of internet work.
“If we can change the law, we can have a better understanding of what it means to be an internet worker,” she told News24.
There are some significant legal challenges to the internetworking definition.
In 2016, the Australian Federal Court found that it violated the Federal Criminal Code and Labor’s Racial Discrimination Act by failing to define internetwork accurately.
In March this year, a federal court ruled that it breached section 44 of the Racial Discrimination (Prevention) Act 1995 and section 47 of the Employment Act 2011.
In both cases, the court ruled in favour of the plaintiffs, stating that the definition “was inadequate to provide sufficient clarity on the definition and to give effect to its purposes.”