An ACMA investigation found the retailer sent more than 42 million emails that did not feature an easy unsubscribe function.
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The Federal Court found Trivago was using an algorithm to favour booking sites that paid the company the highest cost-per-click fees.
Telecommunications providers face charges for billing customers after contracts were terminated.
The Victorian government will introduce draft legislation this year as part of a two-year move to overhaul regulations governing the commercial passenger industry.
Multinational companies in Australia are being encouraged to put forward their ideas on how the way they give financial statements to the ATO can be improved and what guidelines can be introduced to assist them in complying.
Following a ban earlier this year, Uber will soon be able to operate legally in Queensland, the sixth state or territory in Australia to legalise the ride-booking serivce.
Government advisor and non-executive director Monica Bradley believes a majority of government failures have nothing to do with technology.
The Australian Taxation Office has contested Uber's argument that the definition of taxi and limousine needs to be examined.
Uber has argued that because its ridesharing service does not fall within the definition of taxi travel, its drivers should be exempt from having to register for the Goods and Services Tax.