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.
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 App Store will no longer have to remove its rule that prevents developers from adding in-app links to payment websites.
Andrew Forrest has accused Meta of not doing enough to prevent scams from appearing on its social media platforms.
People with disability are allegedly charged extra fees if they require more time to enter a Uber vehicle because of their disability.
The mixed ruling found Apple was not a monopoly.
Vaughan Bowen allegedly sold millions of Vocus shares in light of a potential takeover by EQT Infrastructure being cancelled.