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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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President Trump sued for blocking dissenting Twitter accounts – free speech irony alert
The blocked Twitter users have decided to sue President Trump under the US First Amendment free speech protections.
Australia
21 Jul 2017
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If you think ‘hashing' isn't a breach of the Privacy Act you've been smoking too much
Those types of personal disclosure may still be permitted under the Privacy Act as long as your house is in order.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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Kanye West faces gold diggers of a different kind in the US
In Australia, if Tidal and Kanye make false and misleading statements on Twitter, this conduct is in breach of the ACL.
Australia
18 May 2016
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So your business Twitter feed got hacked
You should have a crisis plan if you have a big social media presence and your corporate social media account is hacked.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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Kanye's tips on how to run your fashion business
The article includes Kanye's tips on getting out of financial trouble, as well as other tips for keeping in the black.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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Virgin Australia tweet slays Kanye: When social media goes wrong (or really really right)
This was certainly the tweet to end all tweets; shame it only had 60 seconds of air time, but social media can be risky.
Australia
22 Feb 2016
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The footy player, the dog and the ruined couch
What is it about footy players, dogs and bodily fluids? We can't answer that, but we can write something faintly legal about it.*
Australia
31 Jan 2016
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Fashion Law Handbook
This handbook is designed to help unwary designers avoid potential legal issues involving IP, contracts and social media.
Australia
21 Jan 2016
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Update: ASIC issues stop order on pre-prospectus advertisements by Bitcoin company.
ASIC's steps are a reminder that these pre-prospectus advertising restrictions apply across all communication platforms.
Australia
11 Mar 2015
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Oh no you di’int! – the cost of getting nasty on social media
If you're a business with social media, you need to be careful about what you say, because overstepping can be expensive.
Australia
3 Dec 2014
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Before you hit send: Complying with the Spam Act – the unsubscribe and identification requirements
Throw in the correct identification and a functional unsubscribe, and you're good to go.
Australia
9 Nov 2014
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The cost of earned media: Swimwear designer fires up on Facebook and ends up in court
Paid advertising is old news. These days it's all about earned media.
Australia
29 Apr 2014
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Six figure damages award for Twitter defamation
A NSW school teacher has been awarded $105,000 in damages for defamation for comments published about her on Twitter.
Australia
7 Mar 2014
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The social media minefield – how to not get sued
So, your brand is big on social media? Here are our top 5 survival tips for not getting yourself sued.
Australia
1 Jul 2013
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You and your selfie: Is it yours? Content ownership on social media
When you post content on Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram you grant them a licence to use your content liberally.
Australia
4 Jun 2013
17
Breaking news: Zombies have taken over Parliament
Monitoring social media is increasingly important, but also recipients should pause to consider and verify information.
Australia
28 Apr 2013
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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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"BACON HATER" - Slur on Facebook leaves employer sizzling as FWA determines unfair dismissal claim
The Court found that the conduct did not amount to serious misconduct and dismissal was harsh, unjust and unreasonable.
Australia
13 Oct 2012
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What to do if you get attacked by an anonymous troll on Twitter
An offensive tweet inspired a review of current telecommunications laws to impose tougher restrictions on social media.
Australia
16 Sep 2012
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