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To tweet or not to tweet: The High Court ruling on employee social media use
The High Court decision has a direct impact on APS employees who would be well served to use social media with caution.
Australia
29 Aug 2019
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Facebook just fine following eye-watering privacy penalty?
The ACCC acknowledged the impact of Facebook's business operations on privacy, competition and consumer protection.
Australia
8 Aug 2019
3
Australian consumer watchdog, ACCC, to clamp down on digital giants
The ACCC has called on the Government to rein in the immense market power of digital media giants, Google and Facebook.
Australia
2 Aug 2019
4
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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New financial year 2019-2020: Corporate & Commercial
This article includes changes such as Consumer Data Right and other reforms affecting the Corporate & Commercial sector.
Australia
1 Jul 2019
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To tweet or not to tweet: Employee social media use in the spotlight
The case turned on the question of whether anonymous tweets criticising her employer were a lawful reason for dismissal.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
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Proposed changes to information regulations for online platforms and increased funding for privacy regulator
Proposed changes to information regulations will be supported by a code of conduct for social media and online platforms.
Australia
1 Apr 2019
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Insights from the ACCC Chair into the Digital Platforms Inquiry
The ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry has the potential to have wide-reaching ramifications on the communications sector.
Australia
27 Feb 2019
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A Christmas present from the ACCC: The preliminary report on the Digital Platforms Inquiry
The inquiry is considering the impact of digital platforms on competition in Australia's media and advertising markets.
Australia
19 Dec 2018
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Defamation development: Comments on social media increase the scope of potential liability
A person could be held liable for defamatory comments made by other social media users to that person's original post.
Australia
9 Aug 2018
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Social media use outside of work: Facebook post a valid reason for employee dismissal
A key factor was that the post related directly to work, in breach of a workplace policy prohibiting that conduct.
Australia
25 Jun 2018
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Entertainment: Holding Redlich: expert guide to the 2018 federal budget
Key points of the federal budget from the perspective of entertainment.
Australia
15 May 2018
13
Google and Facebook: The impact of tech giants on traditional media in Australia
The likely approach of the ACCC inquiry, and its areas of focus, will become clearer when the issues paper is released.
Australia
25 Jan 2018
14
No such thing as a free post: ASB rules that Instagram post by influencer is advertising
The ASB considered the social media post was an advertisement or marketing communication for the purposes of the Code.
Australia
15 Sep 2017
15
New developments in the Australian communications industry
A number of further communications regulatory changes are likely to occur or be considered by the Government in 2017.
Australia
23 Apr 2017
16
How to draft an effective social media policy for your organisation
An effective social media policy gives certainty about expectations, rights and obligations regarding social media use.
Australia
7 Feb 2017
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Is the personal image of a celebrity protected in Australia?
Media outlets and advertisers are under increasing scrutiny over the unauthorised use of the public image of celebrities.
Australia
6 Jul 2016
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Going viral: five legal risks of using social media to advertise your business
This article explores five potential legal risks that can occur where a business uses social media for its advertising.
Australia
23 May 2016
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Evidentiary issues with social media and confessions and admissions
Existing evidentiary principles apply to confessions made on social media.
Australia
31 Jan 2016
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Photographer receives maximum statutory damages for copyright infringement via Twitter
Two media companies have been ordered to pay $1.2 million in damages to a freelance photojournalist.
Australia
24 Dec 2013
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