In the media
Flaw in Telstra Health's Argus software exposed
medical records to hackers
Telstra Health has taken steps to close cybergaps and help out its healthcare customers after the company became aware that medical records were being left exposed by a flaw in its Argus software (22 March 2018). More...
Rotting skin, blindness, burns: Black market cosmetic
drugs disfiguring patients
Human placenta extract, counterfeit anti-wrinkle injectables and Chinese iodine have all been seized in a series of recent raids targeting dodgy beauty salons and back-alley clinics (21 March 2018). More...
Class action against growers and retailers
'likely' after listeria outbreak
A class action for Australians affected by the listeria outbreak in rockmelons is likely, according to a United States legal expert who has been involved in food safety cases around the world (20 March 2018). More...
Court finds Heinz made a misleading health
The Federal Court today has found that food manufacturer H.J. Heinz Company Australia Ltd (Heinz) made a misleading health claim that its Little Kids Shredz products were beneficial for young children. The Court found that Heinz had represented that its Shredz products were beneficial to the health of children aged 1-3 years, when this was not the case (19 March 2018). More...
Bogus Russian doctor found guilty in
A Russian refugee who used bogus credentials to pose as a psychologist in Queensland hospitals has been found guilty of fraud. He will remain in custody until a sentence date is set (23 March 2018). More...
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