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Media ownership reforms: how will the ACCC handle media mergers?
The ACCC's draft Media Merger Guidelines indicate types of transactions which may succeed without regulatory challenge.
Australia
6 Sep 2016
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CU LAB: An untrue newspaper article is going to damage my business. What can I do?
The article sets out options when your business is facing unfair and untrue media scrutiny which may damage the business.
Australia
 
29 Mar 2016
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Government announces media ownership law changes
The changes recognise that traditional media needs freedom to restructure and rescale to compete with new forms of media.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
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Media reform back on the agenda
The focus of the discussion of media reforms is on the "75% audience reach rule" and the "2 out of 3 rule".
Australia
8 Apr 2014
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Convergence Review moves ahead with five new discussion papers
The Convergence Review is seeking the public's views on five new discussion papers
Australia
27 Sep 2011
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Media codes and tech advances: Government releases more details of its independent media inquiry
A brief look at the independent media review commissioned by the Australian Government as a response to technological advances.
Australia
15 Sep 2011
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Social networking, social death? Managing your business' and staff's reputation online
Being clear about acceptable social networking behaviour by staff, and being proactive, can minimise the risks.
Australia
26 Dec 2009
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Selling Online Games Without Classification: Will Enforcement Agencies Continue To Turn A Blind Eye?
Game distributors, retailers and advertisers may be at risk of prosecution and heavy fines for selling popular online games such as “World of Warcraft”, “Warhammer Online” and “Age of Conan” without classification.
Australia
1 May 2009
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Reasonable Readers, Disclaimers, And Permanent Injunctions
This decision is interesting not because of Judge McCallum’s finding that the defendant had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
15 Apr 2009
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Product Placement: It´s Subtle, It´s Powerful, But Is It Legal?
Unlike traditional television commercials, product placement advertisements can't be avoided by channel surfing or technology that skips or filters out commercial breaks.
Australia
17 Sep 2007
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When Does The Public Interest Require FOI Fees To Be Waived?
In a recent case the Administrative Appeals Tribunal considered whether the fees for processing a media outlet's request for documents under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth) should be reduced on the grounds of public interest.
Australia
13 Sep 2007
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Mine´s Bigger Than Yours: When Can You Compare Products In Ads?
A recent decision by the Federal Court of Australia has confirmed that advertisers using comparative advertising do not have to compare products that are "like for like.
Australia
8 Aug 2007
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When Does Comparative Advertising Pass the Smell Test?
Businesses wanting to promote their products by way of comparison with those of their trade rivals need to take particular care. This was reinforced by the recent Federal Court decision in Reckitt Benckiser (Australia) Pty Ltd v SC Johnson & Son Pty Limited.
Australia
7 Dec 2004
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