Hotel booking meta-comparison site Trivago breached the Australian Consumer Law by misleading consumers into it would help them find the cheapest rates available for a given hotel, the Federal Court has found.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has instituted Federal Court proceedings against telecommunications provider Superfone for alleged false or misleading representations, and for alleged breaches of laws designed to protect consumers from issues arising from unsolicited telemarketing sales.
Two properties in Melbourne have been issued a search order for evidence related to a cheat for the video game Grand Theft Auto, under directives from the Federal Court of Australia.
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