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How the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry affects your business
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
Australia
6 Sep 2019
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The defamation truth defence is under fire
The truth defence in defamation proceedings is becoming increasingly complex and difficult for journalists to make out.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
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What the Rush defamation decision means for publishers
Here are key points publishers can take from the decision in Geoffrey Rush's defamation claim against The Daily Telegraph.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
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Defamation Update: The results are in for Google
Once you know, or should reasonably know, that the material is defamatory, then you can be liable for publishing it.
Australia
3 Nov 2017
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What publishers need to know about Rebel Wilsons $4.5M defamation win
Rebel Wilson won her defamation case against the publishers of Woman's Day, over articles calling her a serial liar.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
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Hinch in the Senate: what can you report about parliamentary proceedings?
Hinch used his first Senate speech to name 5 paedophiles whose identities are the subject of court suppression orders.
Australia
25 Sep 2016
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Satire under fire: can satire be defamatory?
Satire can definitely be defamatory, so if you are writing satire, you should have a good think about a defamation risk.
Australia
12 May 2016
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Shock! Daily Telegraph's "civic duty" defence to defamation fails
It's not like the Daily Telegraph to sensationalise. Hah! At least it keeps its defamation lawyers busy.
Australia
22 Feb 2016
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Media law lessons from Donald Trump's fake dead cousin
Someone unknown breached copyright and printed an obituary in which it defamed Donald Trump as a Presidential candidate.
Australia
12 Feb 2016
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Now you see a Bachelorette... now you don't
Channel 10 lawyers rushed to court and managed to get an injunction forcing the Daily Mail to remove the winning photos.
Australia
30 Oct 2015
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Mark Latham defamed Lisa Pryor and honest opinion is no defence
Personal attacks in opinion pieces are relatively common - but how far a journalist can go without fear of legal reprisal?
Australia
7 Dec 2014
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The clear and present danger to freedom of the press
The Government is trying to sneak in a law to prevent journalists from reporting on leaks about intelligence operations.
Australia
9 Sep 2014
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Media ownership laws: the rise and rise of Big Media
Media ownership laws in Australia have always tried to encourage diversity among big commercial players.
Australia
11 Feb 2014
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The Jill Meagher case and the suppressed suppression order
The Court has refused to publish the wording of the actual suppression order prohibiting details about the Meagher case.
Australia
22 Oct 2012
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