Wagering company Betchoice Corporation trading as Unibet has been convicted of posting three illegal gambling advertisements with court-imposed fines totalling $48,000, as a result of an investigation by Liquor & Gaming NSW.
New Zealand regulator and competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has filed proceedings at the High Court in Christchurch seeking declarations that consumer loan provider Moola engaged in cartel conduct relating to online advertising on Google Ads.
I don’t think the ACCC has ever taken a technology company to court over “anti-virus” claims, but it has certainly taken activewear company Lorna Jane Pty Ltd for such an “alleged false or misleading claim”.
Google is aiding people in bypassing anonymity orders issued by courts in the UK by allowing them to uncover the identity of rape victims who are allowed to remain anonymous under the law, it has been claimed.
The clone wars began long ago, with companies accusing each other of infringing on their intellectual property and fighting each other in court for supremacy.
Medion Australia, operating as Aldi Mobile, has admitted to misrepresenting its ALDImobile Unlimited Pack, which had significant usage restrictions.
Australia's biggest telco Telstra has launched legal action against main rival Optus over its latest ad campaign, which allegedly contains misleading statistics.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is back in court, this time taking on online coupon giant Scoopon.
It would seem that when the rules of copyright are rigorously applied, common sense goes out the window.
Neeeeiiiiiin! Ze Germans haf banned ze Galaxy in ze country of Germany und ze rest of ze European Union except for ze Nezzerlands, und Samsung ist very annoyed while Apple ist happien. Achtung!
With a court in the US having ordered Samsung to let Apple see its designs for future smartphones and tablets, Samsung has decided that two can play at that game, and is asking for the same privileges.
It's election time in the Australian state of Victoria, and as always happens during elections, promises are made, with the first being $6.3m to be spent, if re-elected, to stream some Victorian court cases live over the Internet, while also promising no 'Judge Judy'.
According to court papers, Apple officials told police that the publication of photos of a 'lost' next-generation iPhone was "immensely damaging" to the company. Was that the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
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