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Davies Collison Cave
On 20 March 2020, a judgment of the New South Wales Court of Appeal observed a range of principles relevant to online defamation in a case involving defamatory Facebook posts: Stoltenberg v Bolton; Loder v Bolton [2020] NSWCA 45.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Mooted at the digital platforms inquiry, the ACCC is developing a mandatory Code of Conduct for the big tech companies.
Marque Lawyers
If the ACCC wants to control Google and Facebook, it could instead look to the access to services regime in the CCA.
Holding Redlich
These media sector reforms are not the only regulatory reforms required to ensure a robust Australian media sector.
Kells
It was alleged that Facebook repeatedly interfered with the privacy of users by disclosing their personal information.
McCullough Robertson
The TGA is actively supervising the inappropriate advertisement of therapeutic goods in relation to the coronavirus.
Stacks Law Firm
The public service argued that Ms Banerji had breached guidelines on the use of social media and making public comments.
Stacks Law Firm
A number of reader questions seemed to be about photography and videos, but the underlying concern was really privacy.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
This article outlines rules about criminal records, the impact of court and media reports and our right to be forgotten.
Gilchrist Connell
The Court awarded a lawyer $750,000 in defamation damages against a woman who gave his firm a bad review on Google.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
It is not uncommon for a party to turn to social media to vent their grievances in relation to their family law matter.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 11 December 2019, the Government released a discussion paper on a proposed Online Safety Act (the Proposal) for consultation.
Holman Webb
APS employees are not protected by an implied right to freedom of political expression, so could face disciplinary action.
Stacks Law Firm
The company claimed that his Facebook posts breached its social media policy and reflected adversely on its reputation.
Swaab
eSafety Women will help women manage technology risks and abuse by giving them tools they need to be confident online.
Holding Redlich
Privacy, the dominance of digital platforms and press freedom are key issues currently faced by the communications sector.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Australians had mixed reactions to the news that Israel Folau increased his claim against Rugby Australia to $14 million.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The circumstances in which an employee can be dismissed as a result of a social media post are not often straight forward.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
In the wake of the closely watched proceedings recently commenced by Israel Folau regarding the termination of his employment for his comments on social media, the right of a public sector employee to share her personal views ...
Marque Lawyers
The EU is popping currently with directives and cases addressing the legal and social obligations of digital platforms.
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