Sue Chrysanthou has said the federal government has misinterpreted how Australia's defamation laws operate.
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After many appeals, the Apple-Epic Games lawsuit in Australia will definitely go ahead next year.
According to the ACCC, one consumer lost AU$650,000 as a result of these scam ads.
Google has been accused of shielding important business communications by improperly using attorney-client privilege as part of its efforts to defend against a DOJ antitrust lawsuit.
The Paris Commercial Court found Google did not provide developers with the opportunity to effectively negotiate their terms for being on the Play Store.
After a second appeal opportunity, Intel has received a major court win to have an antitrust fine entirely annulled.
All eyes are on the Epic Games-Apple case, with US federal and state law agencies and Microsoft all vocalising their belief the case will be pivotal in unpacking antitrust issues in the app store payments market.
The search giant is contending it has not abused its dominant market position to coerce smartphone manufacturers into installing Google Search and Chrome.
When Riot Games made various settlements for sexual harassment allegations in 2019, the language in those settlements allegedly suggested employees could not speak with the government about sexual harassment.
Facebook has been accused of using algorithms that amplified hate speech and failing to take down specific posts inciting violence against the Rohingya people.