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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.
Piper Alderman
With rising COVID-19 infections, TGA issued new guidance on the public advertising and supply of rapid antigen tests.
LegalVision
Common ways businesses use promotional codes to market their business. What to include in your t&cs & what to watch out for.
Stonegate Legal
Explanation of the process to uncover the identity of anonymous keyboard warriors and how to remove Google reviews.
Sajen Legal
There are many ways to use intellectual property and trademark law to ensure your brand is legitimate and protected.
Holding Redlich
The court confirmed that the right of telecommunications carriers to undertake maintenance work is construed broadly.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Account holders and page administrators risk being sued for defamation for inappropriate comments posted on social media.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Google and other digital giants have power, but cannot be trusted to demonstrate a reasonable level of social conscience.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The NRL has retained a tough stance on the biosecurity sanctions because they are compulsory for keeping the game going.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Social media service providers have various policies which apply on the death of the end-user.
Davies Collison Cave
These included (amongst others) Crowded House, Powderfinger and Men at Work.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Many businesses seek specialist help to increase their online presence - but you must first read the contract fine print.
Metis Law
Ensure warranties, good industry practice, disclaimers, limitation of liability and consequential losses are in order.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Reliable surveys have indicated that the number of No Religionists in Australia is more like 40 percent, not 30 percent.
Davies Collison Cave
On 16 April 2021, the Federal Court ruled that Google LLC and Google Australia Pty Ltd had contravened the Australian Consumer Law by misleading consumers about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices ...
Davies Collison Cave
On 12 February 2021, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal addressed the question of whether the provision of personal information
Stacks Law Firm
Food giant Kraft Heinz was battling Bega Cheese for the right to place yellow lids and images on peanut butter jars.
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