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Hate crimes and social media
By using social media, purveyors of hate crimes have easy access to a wider and increasingly disenfranchised audience.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
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E-commerce under the microscope
The impact of click-wrap customer contracts will be included in the ACCC inquiry into digital platforms and e-commerce.
Australia
29 Sep 2018
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Precedent only a possibility for Melbourne man suing Google for defamation
The case hinges on the search engine's results, which linked Michael to convicted felons from Melbourne's underworld.
Australia
2 Jul 2018
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Cyber safety and restraining orders
A recent Australian study found that 1 in 5 people have been the victim of electronic image-based abuse.
Australia
17 Feb 2018
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Digital assets and what happens after you die
Australian laws have not been tested on this issue, so there is no relevant legislation or case law to provide guidance.
Australia
21 Dec 2017
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Scorned lovers have ditched keying a car belonging to their ex in favour of revenge porn
Under proposed new Australian laws, social media networks could also face hefty fines for facilitating revenge porn.
Australia
11 Dec 2017
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Think before you post! Family law proceedings and social media
Information on social media sites is potentially accessible to everyone and may be very difficult to permanently remove.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
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Metadata in civil litigation: an Australian perspective
The TIAA permits access to retained data by certain agencies to assist in national security and criminal investigations.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
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Metadata in civil and commercial litigation
These amendments propose to permit access to retained data in national security and serious criminal investigations.
Australia
24 Jan 2017
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Consumer watchdog targets hotel over online reviews
The ACCC launched unprecedented legal action for allegedly manipulating online ratings and reviews on the website.
Australia
29 Nov 2016
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Facebook legacies - how will you be remembered online?
You can take steps now to have some control over how your social media accounts are dealt with when you do pass away.
Australia
20 Oct 2016
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Telecommunications Act 1997: The way of the dinosaurs
Significant reform is needed to keep pace with the regulatory challenges of contemporary telecommunication technologies.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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Privacy and Telecommunications and protection of personal information
The Privacy and Telco Acts create a framework for the transparent collection, use and storage of personal information.
Australia
20 Jun 2016
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When is a Coward's Punch not a Coward's Punch? Apparently, on the footy oval
Gardoud's punishment does not accurately reflect how our community currently views the seriousness of the Coward's Punch.
Australia
12 May 2016
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Would Charlie Hebdo be illegal in Australia under the Racial Discrimination Act?
As the law in Australia stands, it seems unlikely that cartoons like those in Charlie Hebdo would be censored.
Australia
9 Feb 2015
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Cricket bowling actions: 15 degrees – is it too lenient?
ICC Regulations state that an acceptable level of elbow extension is set at a maximum of 15 degrees for all deliveries.
Australia
9 Feb 2015
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