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Now you Google it, now you don't.
France is trying to make Google pay publishers for snippets of news articles in its search results, but Google refuses.
Australia
11 Oct 2019
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How the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry affects your business
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
Australia
6 Sep 2019
3
Do not forget Assange: Calls to bring the WikiLeaks founder home to Australia
The Australian Prime Minister has stated that, besides consular assistance, Assange will receive "no special treatment".
Australia
4 Sep 2019
4
The defamation truth defence is under fire
The truth defence in defamation proceedings is becoming increasingly complex and difficult for journalists to make out.
Australia
2 Sep 2019
5
Re-assessing the value of Facebook for business in Australia: Heightened risk in operating public pages
The risks associated with operating a public Facebook page have increased under Australian (state-based) defamation law.
Australia
18 Jul 2019
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Innocent dissemination and secondary publisher defences no longer available to owners of Facebook pages: NSW Supreme Court
For defamation, media companies are considered primary publishers of third party comments on their public Facebook pages.
Australia
12 Jul 2019
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Defamation and corporate Facebook pages – a company can be deemed the publisher of third-party troll comments
The decision has implications as to how companies should manage their Facebook pages to avoid possible defamation claims.
Australia
5 Jul 2019
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E-Alert: You never know who is listening: Privately recording body corporate meetings
Currently, Queensland does not have any specific legislation dealing with recording devices in a body corporate meeting.
Australia
 
6 Jun 2019
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Copyright vs freedom of the Internet: Round 1 just passed the European Parliament
The European Union Parliament recently adopted a controversial new "Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market".
Australia
17 May 2019
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Are you kicking goals when it comes to social media activity, or heading to the sin bin?
Social media posts are subject to the same legislation as publications and content made through traditional channels.
Australia
17 May 2019
11
What the Rush defamation decision means for publishers
Here are key points publishers can take from the decision in Geoffrey Rush's defamation claim against The Daily Telegraph.
Australia
17 Apr 2019
12
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
13
Publishers up for $300,000 for publishing defamatory newspaper articles actuated out of malice
The award of damages took into account that syndication increased the scope of publication and resulting hurt and harm.
Australia
17 Dec 2018
14
Family law publication restrictions: What is private and what can be posted?
Parties to family law proceedings may be committing an indictable offence if they publish any court details online.
Australia
19 Nov 2018
15
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
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Case study – Vulnerabilities and opportunities for sporting and entertainment bodies arising from improving drone technology
The activities of an unauthorised stranger using drone technology could adversely impact the funding models for major sports.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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Defamation Update: The results are in for Google
Once you know, or should reasonably know, that the material is defamatory, then you can be liable for publishing it.
Australia
3 Nov 2017
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What publishers need to know about Rebel Wilsons $4.5M defamation win
Rebel Wilson won her defamation case against the publishers of Woman's Day, over articles calling her a serial liar.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
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Can journalists really promise anonymity to their sources?
Investigative journalists rely heavily on their ability to attract and retain the trust of their anonymous sources.
Australia
25 Jul 2017
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The statutory journalists privilege: Has it done enough to protect journalists from being obliged to disclose confidential sources?
Journalists' privilege does real work in bolstering the protections that journalists so often give to their sources.
Australia
25 Jul 2017
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