Australia’s competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has inked a new memorandum of co-operation with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation which it says will strengthen the agencies’ joint efforts in combating cartels and other anti-competitive behaviour.
New research on unsolicited calls in Australia shows that more than half the adults have received scam calls daily or weekly, according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Tech-savvy daters have been alerted to watch out for romance scammers this Valentine’s Day, with the consumer watchdog, the ACCC warning that scams are increasingly happening through social media and dating apps.
@Spitfires over BromleyNot sure how legitimately calling out illegal anticompetitive trading practices and using the US' own propaganda as a[…]
Spot on Sam. The feds say they are not allowed to know this information, only each individual state. Not sure[…]
Meh, same old same old. Justify the rubbish rolled out (at incredible expense) and promise improvements on the never never.[…]
I doubt his clients would have seen the humour in that if he had proposed the idea!
I've asked but all they will say is that there 6.7 million people who downloaded the app _and_ also registered[…]