Businesses should keep abreast of the position of the ACCC, to ensure they stay on the right side of the regulator.
As social media becomes ever more prevalent, the obligations as well as the opportunities could increase for companies.
Potential legal hurdles and issues should be considered as one ventures into social media advertising and promotion.
The introduced new amendment Bill sets out the reforms to gaming machine laws under the Gaming Machines Act 1992 (SA).
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Digital marketing communications were recently confirmed to constitute 'advertising' by the Advertising Standards Board.
The proposed amendments ban the promotion of live odds by commentators at certain times before, during and after play.
Monitoring social media is increasingly important, but also recipients should pause to consider and verify information.
Google will no longer remove third party advertisements triggered by keywords purchased for a competitor's trade mark.
Online shopping is now mainstream and businesses must maximise their online presence in order to compete effectively.
What happens when a company vents their frustration about a competitor on Facebook? How does the law respond?
Following recent mounting pressure to monitor social media pages, a hoaxer has infiltrated a company's Facebook page.
[radio interview] Groupon received a warning of a Spam Act breach - it was difficult to unsubscribe from its email list.
If implemented, the recommendations will make significant changes to the Australian online gaming regulatory landscape.
The Final Report on the Review of the Interactive Gambling Act 2001 resulted in 32 recommendations by the Department.
Media analysis of the reforms suggested lukewarm acceptance of some of the proposals and widespread criticism of others.
The newsletter includes new developments in the law and regulation of online gambling internationally and in Australia.
With a 2013 federal election, it is difficult to predict how or whether the law affecting online gambling will change.
It was alleged that Crown Casino had provided Mr Kakavas, a known problem gambler, with various inducements to gamble.
Gambling organisations should conduct a privacy audit to consider changes required to ensure compliance with the Act.