Google News is using ‘pipeline’ to monitor Australia’s internet connections

The internet giant is using the “pipelines” to monitor the internet connections of its users in Australia, according to a blog post by one of the company’s engineers.

“We use Pipelines to detect traffic to and from our servers in Australia and in certain locations in the US, UK, Canada, and New Zealand,” wrote Brian O’Leary, a project manager in Australia.

The company, which was founded by Google co-founder Sergey Brin in 2001, has been testing its “pipelining” technology for a few months, but it hasn’t deployed it to a large number of sites yet. “

In Australia, our Pipelines is used to detect and analyze traffic to our servers from Australian ISPs (the Australian Government’s primary Internet Service Providers), and we are currently monitoring the performance of these Pipelines and are looking to further scale this technology.”

The company, which was founded by Google co-founder Sergey Brin in 2001, has been testing its “pipelining” technology for a few months, but it hasn’t deployed it to a large number of sites yet.

The project is being developed by Google’s Sydney office.

Google is also planning to deploy its “hubs” in Australia for “hundreds of thousands” of users.

The company has previously revealed it is also testing “hashes” of the technology that will be used in Australia to monitor Australian internet connections.

Google has not released a timetable for the deployment of its “Pipelines technology” in other parts of the world.

The Pipelines are a network of cables, pipes and hubs that can send and receive data from Google’s servers to the outside world.

A “hive” or cluster of computers can then connect to the internet.

Google recently introduced a new “hibernation” feature for users who are disconnected from their internet service for more than 24 hours.

This feature allows users to keep connected to Google’s internet service until their internet connection can be restored, or until they connect to a new internet service.

The technology works in a similar way to the one Google uses in its “Google Maps” app.

A user can use the app to check their location and get directions to a particular location.

Google Maps currently uses the “hub” technology to monitor internet connections in the USA and the UK.

Google says it is not yet deploying the technology in Australia because of privacy concerns.

The Australian Government has previously said it wants internet service providers to use a “whole internet” approach to monitoring internet usage, with a particular focus on protecting Australians’ privacy.

A recent report from the Australian Privacy Foundation said the Government was considering a proposal that would require ISPs to share all internet usage data with the Government and the Communications Minister.

Google was one of several internet companies that took part in the “Protect Your Privacy” event organised by the Communications Alliance.

The event, which took place in Canberra, was held to discuss how to protect users’ online privacy in the wake of the Edward Snowden revelations.

The report said the event “represented the best chance to ensure that Australian citizens’ online safety is protected”.