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What do your sponsored ads say about you?
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
Australia
17 May 2019
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CENSORED – the blurred lines of publishing in the public interest and the right to a fair trial
Media outlets recently ran front-page news articles referring to a judicial process subject to a suppression order.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
3
Fairfax and Nine merger article
The merger of Nine and Fairfax will substantially alter the products of each entity and its impact will be widespread.
Australia
25 Oct 2018
4
Redbubble defeated in Pokémon battle: infringement of copyright
This recent Federal Court decision shows how consumer and copyright laws can interact with a developing digital economy.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
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The danger of data: How data breaches can cost retailers
Retailers should be alert to these new reporting requirements and also the broad scope of information that is covered.
Australia
2 Nov 2017
6
You could be a winner: tips to consider when running a trade promotion
Trade promotions are a popular means of drumming up business or collecting information for marketing purposes.
Australia
18 Oct 2017
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This is a call: Suggested changes to widen telecommunications carrier powers and immunities
The Property Council of Australia opposes these changes and argues that the powers given to carriers have been misused.
Australia
6 Sep 2017
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IP basics: Domain Names
Businesses should be aware of complexities that can arise in determining and protecting a domain name after registration.
Australia
27 Jun 2017
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Privacy settings on social media not so private for employees?
Be aware that personal information provided or posted on social media is not automatically protected by privacy laws.
Australia
14 Jun 2017
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Misleading or deceptive conduct: Director of Consumer Affairs Victoria v Gibson [2017] FCA 24
The Court was satisfied that both Ms Gibson and her company engaged in conduct that was misleading or deceptive.
Australia
8 Jun 2017
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Senders, sharers, likers and tweeters beware – the civil implications of the crime of revenge porn
Revenge porn has the potential to cause significant embarrassment, psychological distress or psychological injury.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Perhaps a landmark case for interlink services incorporating IP
This case is an important alert to other online hubs connecting users or facilitating trade in products incorporating IP.
Australia
7 Sep 2016
13
Tackling e-bullying in the school yard – How the Federal Government's Children's E-Safety Commissioner might assist
The CeSC is responsible for protecting children who experience cyber-bullying and administering a complaints scheme.
Australia
20 Dec 2015
14
#YourRights on Instagram
You don't have to be a great photographer to care about what happens when you upload your photo.
Australia
29 Nov 2015
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A bully in the social media headlines
For over 50% of Australians, social media represents their only source of news, and misinformation can be a problem.
Australia
13 Nov 2015
16
The New Metadata Retention Laws – will your privacy be retained?
This article discusses some important developments regarding the likely interaction between the DRA and the Privacy Act.
Australia
9 Nov 2015
17
Sound advice – How not to be a Slave - when signing a record contract
In a recent meeting with journalists, Prince said "record contracts are just like – I'm gonna say the word - slavery.
Australia
11 Sep 2015
18
Sex, corruption and Microsoft Office
Emails, attachments and spreadsheets are included in the modern legal workplace, and can create a lot of controversy.
Australia
9 Sep 2015
19
Exchange of emails can lead to a binding agreement for a lease
Caution and clarity as to the nature of the communications.are important when negotiating agreements with another party.
Australia
8 Sep 2015
20
Belvoir St Theatre: performance rights via social media: Opinion Piece
The Belvoir St Theatre secured permission from American musician Taylor Swift to use her smash hit song "Shake It Off".
Australia
13 Aug 2015
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