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ACCC acts over claims Apple violated consumer laws The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has filed suit in the Federal Court again Apple, accusing the company of making "false, misleading, or deceptive representations…
H-1B visa changes likely to hit outsourcing firms Outsourcing companies who hire lower-paid lower-level computer programmers appear to be targeted by new guidance on H-1B visas issued by the United States Citizenship and…
Apple Pay: Banks' request to jointly negotiate rejected The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission has denied four Australian banks permission to collectively bargain with Apple and collectively boycott Apple Pay.
SA changes laws to simplify electronic docs transfer by courts The South Australian Government is introducing new laws designed to make it easier for people working in the state’s justice system to send documents electronically.
US House votes to strip users' Net privacy protections Internet users in the US have had privacy protections voted in by the Obama administration stripped away, with the House voting 215-205 to pass the…
Samsung enables disadvantaged schools to ramp up the STEM dial Samsung Electronics Australia has backed Social Ventures Australia (SVA) with a new three-year partnership to further the Bright Spots Schools Connection STEM Learning Hub, an…
Apple in NZ – $4.2b in revenue, zero tax paid: report The world's richest technology company Apple paid no tax in a decade in New Zealand, despite raking in NZ$4.2 billion in revenue.
Fears of changes to US H-1B visa system recede Fears that the new US administration would make changes to the H-1B visa system before the application process kicks off on 1 April have receded…
Aussies have little faith in govts' use of tech: study Few Australians have faith that governments at any level can use technology competently to deliver services to the people, a study claims.

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