Over 90% of identified unsafe product listings were removed within two business days by online businesses signed up to the Australian Product Safety Pledge, according to Australia’s competition and consumer watchdog the ACCC.
Four of Australia’s largest e-commerce businesses have confirmed their commitment to protecting consumers from unsafe goods online after signing on to a new product safety pledge.
In the next few years, investments in Artificial Intelligence are anticipated to increase the variety and quality of AI technologies available across the economy, according to the telecommunications regulator ACMA.
New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has released new product safety videos with the hard-hitting message “don’t toy with the life of a child”.
With Christmas coming and gift-giving on everyone’s mind, consumer advocacy group Choice has warned consumers to check their homes for unsafe products after a year in which product recalls increased by 12%.
The Basis Peak smartwatch has been recalled due to the possibility of overheating.
The number of product recalls in Australia increased in the last financial year and the ACCC is now making it easier for consumers to check their goods are safe with the launch of a new product safety website.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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