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Closing a regulatory gap: Commonwealth Government moves to regulate digital currencies
This Bill will bring digital currency exchanges within the AML/CTF regime and under the regulatory oversight of AUSTRAC.
Australia
14 Sep 2017
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Metadata retention scheme begins today - Government will not pursue regulations to expand use of metadata in civil cases
There is insufficient evidence to support new regulations for allowing civil litigants to access the scheme metadata.
Australia
17 Apr 2017
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Queensland Government seeking input on Right to Information Act and Information Privacy Act
Several of the issues raised will be relevant to CSPs delivering services on behalf of Queensland Government agencies.
Australia
11 Jan 2017
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Uber drives legal uncertainty - 9 November 2015
Behind the taxi service's success, Uber Australia's share economy approach has raised a number of legal questions.
Australia
12 Nov 2015
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Contracting for end user experience: 10 issues to consider in Service Level Agreements (SLAs) - 4 November 2015
This article addresses 10 key factors to be considered when negotiating Service Level Agreements (SLAs) in ICT contracts.
Australia
12 Nov 2015
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Electronic signatures and their legal validity in Australia
This Alert addresses contracts formed through electronic means and the legal issues surrounding electronic signatures.
Australia
16 Jul 2015
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Copyright and data streams – a taxing problem
One of the issues raised in this private ruling was in relation to the payment of withholding tax by Seven for royalties.
Australia
 
2 Mar 2015
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Copyright discussion paper focuses on ISP regulation - does it get the balance right?
Government has released a Discussion Paper on piracy and copyright, which aims to recommend some solutions to the issue.
Australia
13 Jan 2015
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Disaster recovery agreements: 10 key questions for suppliers and customers
The one clear lesson to be learned from the natural disasters that hit Queensland last month is that prevention is always better than cure. Businesses who had prepared in advance for emergencies were better able to respond to the situation and rebuild their businesses after disaster had hit.
Australia
22 Feb 2011
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Google AdWords: Infringing Trade Marks?
Anyone can purchase available keywords - which may include registered trade marks. For example, a competitor of Louis Vuitton could purchase the keyword 'Louis Vuitton', meaning that Google users may be presented with an advertisement and a link to a competitor's website when they search 'Louis Vuitton'.
Worldwide
 
22 Apr 2010
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Facebook Introduces Personalised URLs
From this weekend, Facebook's 200 million users will be able to customise their profile URLs using actual names, rather than just the random URL identification numbers currently used.
Worldwide
11 Jun 2009
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Capitalise On Australia´s National Broadband Network
In April 2009, the Federal Government stunned the ITC industry with its announcement that it will establish a new company that will invest up to $43 billion over eight years to build and operate a National Broadband Network.
Australia
 
20 May 2009
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Brand Protection Under New Generic Top-Level Domain Names
The World Intellectual Property Organisation advocates new dispute resolution procedures for alleged infringement of trade marks under the new Generic Top-Level Domain Names to be released in 2010.
Australia
 
7 May 2009
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Twitter And Your Brand
There has been significant discussion in relation to the impact of the Internet on trade marks and brand protection, with every "next big thing" posing new challenges to brand owners.
Australia
 
7 May 2009
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ASIC Reviews Policy On Internet Discussion Sites
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) recently released a Consultation Paper on the regulation of internet discussion sites which contain commentary about financial products and services.
Australia
 
16 Apr 2009
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Outsourcing To ´The Cloud´: The Risks And Benefits In Brief
'Cloud computing' is one of the current buzz phrases of the IT industry and the cost savings it promises is drawing increasing attention from IT managers in the current economic climate.
Australia
 
6 Apr 2009
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Basic Practical Issues In Software Development Agreements
Differences in the expectations of suppliers and customers regarding the development of bespoke software, frequently lead to disputes regarding development timeframes, scope, cost, and intellectual property ownership.
Australia
3 Apr 2009
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Convergence Of Technologies May Expand Trade Mark Protection
A recent decision of the Federal Court illustrates how the convergence of technologies is affecting trade mark law, recognising that, under certain circumstances, the scope of registered trade mark protection may be expanded to include the use of a trade mark in relation to new technologies which were not being used or necessarily contemplated by the applicant at the time the original trade mark application was filed.
Australia
3 Apr 2009
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