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Ex-Facebook manager calls for curbs on social media giant A former operations manager at Facebook says the social media giant has exhibited a lax attitude towards self-regulation in the past and needs to be…
Apple may face another encryption stoush over Texas shooting Apple may face another stoush with the US authorities over encryption after it was served with a search warrant by Texas Rangers who are investigating…
Missouri launches anti-trust probe into Google The US state of Missouri has launched an investigation into Google, seeking to determine whether the search giant has broken consumer protection and anti-trust laws.
Google faces second EU fine, this time over AdSense Google is likely to be hit with another big fine from the European Union in the next few weeks, this time over its AdSense advertising…
Federal Court finds Meriton misled, deceived consumers on TripAdvisor National accommodation services company Meriton Property Services, has been found by the Federal Court to have engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct online over its…
ACMA issues stern warning to iTalkBB over second consumer protections breach Telecommunications services provider iTalkBB Australia has been warned to take compliance seriously by the telecommunications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority, over its second…
ACMA finds Seven made unfair claims about online vendor The Australian Communications and Media Authority has found that Channel Seven Adelaide made inaccurate and unfair claims about an online flower delivery business, Bloomex, and…
Cherine Chalaby, chair ICANN The global body governing domain registrations, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has appointed a new leadership team headed by newly elected chair,…
ACMA consulting industry on self-regulation Telecommunications regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority is contemplating whether certain industry functions, including the Do Not Call Register and sections of the Spam…
Sex trafficking bill may hit Google, online firms ANALYSIS Google and other Internet companies may soon have to reckon with lawsuits over sex trafficking if a Senate bill designed to combat the trade…

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