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Marque Lawyers
The EU is popping currently with directives and cases addressing the legal and social obligations of digital platforms.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Digital Platforms Inquiry's final report foreshadows a sustained escalation in ACCC's scrutiny of digital platforms.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The ACCC could pursue enforcement action under competition or consumer protection laws to address data privacy issues.
PCC Employment Lawyers
The podcast discussed the case of Comcare v Banerji and the implied right of political communication for public servants.
Kells
The issue of free speech in Australia is likely to see a resurgence again in the highly publicised case of Israel Folau.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Banerji decision supports employers who seek to protect their reputation from being undermined by employee conduct.
MDC Legal
Employees can have opinions, but they should consider contractual and/or statutory obligations before posting online.
Marque Lawyers
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Concerns are that convictions could be based more on past criminal history and social media, than the presented evidence.
Holding Redlich
The High Court decision has a direct impact on APS employees who would be well served to use social media with caution.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Insurer successfully establishes legitimate forensic purpose for issuing notice to produce all her Facebook records.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The ACCC is concerned about how much personal information Facebook and Google is gathering, and the privacy implications.
Williams + Hughes
Businesses could be held liable for defamatory comments posted by third party users who engage with social media content.
Swaab
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This High Court decision found the public servant's public political comments were in breach of the APS Code of Conduct.
Holding Redlich
The ACCC acknowledged the impact of Facebook's business operations on privacy, competition and consumer protection.
Holding Redlich
The ACCC has called on the Government to rein in the immense market power of digital media giants, Google and Facebook.
Pointon Partners
This starter pack could help new or established businesses that do not have their employment arrangements documented.
Holding Redlich
The risks associated with operating a public Facebook page have increased under Australian (state-based) defamation law.
Gilchrist Connell
The decision has implications as to how companies should manage their Facebook pages to avoid possible defamation claims.
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Kells
The issue of free speech in Australia is likely to see a resurgence again in the highly publicised case of Israel Folau.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Banerji decision supports employers who seek to protect their reputation from being undermined by employee conduct.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The ACCC could pursue enforcement action under competition or consumer protection laws to address data privacy issues.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Digital Platforms Inquiry's final report foreshadows a sustained escalation in ACCC's scrutiny of digital platforms.
MDC Legal
Employees can have opinions, but they should consider contractual and/or statutory obligations before posting online.
PCC Employment Lawyers
The podcast discussed the case of Comcare v Banerji and the implied right of political communication for public servants.
Swaab
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
Holding Redlich
The risks associated with operating a public Facebook page have increased under Australian (state-based) defamation law.
Marque Lawyers
The EU is popping currently with directives and cases addressing the legal and social obligations of digital platforms.
Bartier Perry
The High Court will hear an appeal about the dismissal of a government employee for tweeting highly critical comments.
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