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Every sporting activity is commensurate with risk.
Davies Collison Cave
On 21 March 2022, an Appeal Panel of the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal ruled that a city council erred when it internally classified a confidential "code of conduct"...
Holding Redlich
A reminder of the importance of truth in advertising, and of the Court's willingness to use fines as a deterrent.
Davies Collison Cave
In a recent decision concerning design infringement, the Federal Court of Australia determined that Uniden Australia's mobile radio product embodied a design that was substantially similar in overall impression to GME's registered design for a microphone.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Major NSW sporting venues can impose heavy fines for 'pitch invasion' as well as bans from the venue for specified times.
Bartier Perry
This short update examines kinds of disputes which can arise in relation to the Schedule 3 powers contained in the Act.
Davies Collison Cave
On 26 November 2021, the Privacy Commissioner determined that the Australian Federal Police (AFP) interfered with the privacy of individuals whose personal information was disclosed to a third party facial recognition service provider:
Carroll & O'Dea
Regulation of music streaming companies should bring them in line with the governing of music played on the radio.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Reporters Without Borders mark the 1000th day that the journalist has been detained in London's Belmarsh prison.
Davies Collison Cave
In a media release on 28 November 2021, the Prime Minister announced a "world-leading" move to combat online trolls through the introduction of "new court powers
Davies Collison Cave
The issue arose out of the deployment of facial recognition technology over a 2-month period in 2020 as part of a customer feedback mechanism.
Piper Alderman
Owners of social media pages would be liable, as publisher, for defamatory comments made on their public Facebook pages.
Holding Redlich
This new "anti-trolling" legislation proposes to protect owners of social media pages and to unmask online trolls.
LegalVision
Part of operating a business can involve receiving and taking onboard both positive and negative feedback from customers.
Davies Collison Cave
On 8 September 2021, the High Court ruled in a 5:2 majority decision that Facebook – and, by implication, any operator of a website or social media page – can be liable for defamatory content posted by third parties:
Holding Redlich
The ACCC published a separate report on web browsers and general search engine services in late October 2021.
Davies Collison Cave
High Court in "Voller" rules media companies liable for defamatory statements made by third party users in Facebook comments section...
Kinny Legal
Before sending an electronic message, your organisation should first determine whether the Spam Act 2003 applies.
Davies Collison Cave
On 8 June 2021, the Federal Court considered the factors to be taken into account when determining the existence of an implied software licence: QAD Inc v Shepparton Partners Collective Operations Pty Ltd [2021] FCA 615.
Bartier Perry
This decision is a timely and important reminder to take care with defamatory content published on social media platforms.
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