Sue Chrysanthou has said the federal government has misinterpreted how Australia's defamation laws operate.
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The Paris Commercial Court found Google did not provide developers with the opportunity to effectively negotiate their terms for being on the Play Store.
People with disability are allegedly charged extra fees if they require more time to enter a Uber vehicle because of their disability.
According to the ACCC, one consumer lost AU$650,000 as a result of these scam ads.
On Friday morning, the Australian Federal Court ordered Google to be served with a defamation lawsuit from NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro, with the politician alleging Google is a publisher of the content.
An Australian federal court judge has ordered the Epic-Apple trial be rescheduled to 2024 so its timing is closer to a similar dispute between Epic and Google.
Regulators around the globe are concerned Nvidia's proposed deal would give it too much control over computing technology and designs that are relied on by competitors.
Along with WeChat facing greater regulatory scrutiny, Alibaba has separately suspended various staff who have been accused of sexually assaulting a fellow female employee.
The resignation follows details emerging that Christian Porter received donations to fund his defamation lawsuit against the ABC.
The search giant is contending it has not abused its dominant market position to coerce smartphone manufacturers into installing Google Search and Chrome.