Google has rejected the preliminary findings of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's digital platforms inquiry, saying there is no need for any regulatory body to oversee its functioning and claiming that it does not have any market power in search and advertising online.
ACCC chair Rod Sims is seeking more data from the advertising industry about the preliminary conclusions reached by the competition watchdog's inquiry into digital platforms.
Nearly a quarter of Australians who have connected to the national broadband network are on the lowest speed plan — 12Mbps down — according to the latest quarterly Wholesale Market Indicators Report issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
I wouldn't mind that speed
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