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Social media footprint just grew a size
Insurer successfully establishes legitimate forensic purpose for issuing notice to produce all her Facebook records.
Australia
22 Aug 2019
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Is the party over for Airbnb and other short-term holiday rentals?
The reform package will provide a new regulatory framework for short-term holiday letting, such as Airbnb and Stayz.
Australia
1 Oct 2018
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Court allows an appeal to permit the erection of a digital advertising sign on a Brisbane heritage hotel
The issue in dispute was whether the advertisement would have an unreasonable impact on the hotel as a heritage place.
Australia
6 Apr 2018
4
Up in the Airbnb
NSW hotels need to be proactive with their marketing strategies to compete with Airbnb and short-term letting providers.
Australia
21 Mar 2018
5
Cyber resilience for directors: The bar is only getting higher
Potential cyber risks and ASIC's increased vigilance mean that company directors can no longer delegate cyber security.
Australia
2 Aug 2017
6
Penalty rates decision handed down by Fair Work Commission
A penalty rates reduction is a win for employers in the hospitality, fast food, retail and pharmacy industries.
Australia
6 Mar 2017
7
Open Courts Act 2013 (Vic) and suppression orders
Suppression order applicants must satisfy the act's obligations but the ultimate decision rests with a court or tribunal.
Australia
5 Sep 2016
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Monitoring student online behaviour - what is the role of schools?
Cyberbullying and misuse of social media which may involve school computers should be addressed in social media policies.
Australia
4 Apr 2016
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Five tips to help your business avoid breaking the law online
If you market your business online or reach new customers via social media, you could face both opportunities and risks.
Australia
23 Dec 2015
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Designer IP - protecting fashion designs and brands from unauthorised copies and knock-offs
Australian designers should take all necessary steps to ensure that their brands and designs are properly protected.
Australia
30 Nov 2015
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What is this Data Retention Bill all about?
The Bill requires Telcos and ISPs to confirm that they will store customer metadata for a mandatory period (two years).
Australia
6 May 2015
12
Cybersecurity insurance: should your company consider it?
All businesses should check that all their insurance policies provide adequate coverage for any cybersecurity risks.
Australia
1 Mar 2015
13
Cyberbullying - government introduces Enhancing Online Safety for Children Bill 2014
A new Office of e-Safety Commissioner will have the power to address cyber-bullying and could issue substantial fines.
Australia
22 Dec 2014
14
How should directors and officers protect their company from information security breaches?
Investing in security, an incident response plan and transferring economic risk are key to managing these security risks.
Australia
29 Oct 2014
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Retailers beware: your point-of-sale (POS) system is vulnerable to being hacked
Retailers should install antivirus software and firewalls on POS systems, as data can be stolen in a variety of ways.
Australia
29 Sep 2014
16
Computer hacking and data breaches: risks for small businesses
All businesses, even SMEs, are vulnerable to attacks of computer hacking and data breaches by cybercriminals.
Australia
7 Aug 2014
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Right to be forgotten in the internet era: who has it and does it apply in Australia?
A recent ECJ decision may pave the way for a new global norm - to remove certain personal information from online access.
Australia
7 Jul 2014
18
Cyberbullying - laws struggle to keep up with technology
With cyberbullying, the perpetrator can remain anonymous, but has instant access to victims at any time of day or night.
Australia
7 Jul 2014
19
Social media - the employer’s friend or foe?
Employers should implement clear policies and educate their workforce about the use of social media and the internet.
Australia
2 Jul 2014
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What do the new privacy laws mean for accountants?
Accountants should make sure that any cloud based service that is used complies with security and privacy requirements.
Australia
2 Jul 2014
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