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The chief of Australia’s competition watchdog, Rod Sims believes that the most hotly debated issue in competition law around the world is whether ex ante regulation of particular digital platforms is needed.

Published in Technology Regulation

ACCC chair Rod Sims has hailed the introduction of Australian Competition Law and the Competition and Consumer Act 10 years ago as a game changer that allowed for the ACCC and state and territory regulators to collaborate much more easily, and heralded a new era in Australian consumer protection by introducing a single national consumer law and civil penalties.

Published in Technology Regulation

Competition regulators world-wide are grappling with the rise of dominant digital platforms like Facebook and Google, and are debating whether current competition laws need to be reframed in response, the chair of Australia’s competition regulator, the ACCC, Rod Sims, has said.

Published in Technology Regulation

The communications and telecommunications sector, including major telcos like Telstra, was under the glare of the spotlight of the competition watchdog, the ACCC, in the 2017-2018 financial year, when it secured nearly $170 million in penalties for breaches of competition and consumer laws.

Published in Technology Regulation

Hearings start today in the Federal Court in Melbourne in a case brought against Telstra last March by the ACCC alleging that Telstra had deliberately delayed the rollout of competing ADSL networks by claiming, falsely, that there was no room in its exchanges for competitors' DSLAMs or other equipment.

Published in Technology Regulation

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