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  • TPG loses appeal, $2M fine reinstated for misleading ads

    The High Court of Australia today reinstated a $2 million penalty against telecommunications service provider TPG relating to misleading advertisements on appeal by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

  • ACCC head backs Telstra on tiered broadband debate

    In a speech delivered today to the Australian-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Rod Sims, the chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission endorsed Telstra's Kate McKenzie's call for a debate on tiered pricing for broadband customers based on the quality of service they desired.

  • ACCC dialling in new contact centre system

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is to deploy a new contact centre solution to help the agency cope with an expected large increase in calls prompted in part by the launch of the carbon tax mid next year.

  • Linux and Windows 8's secure boot: What we know so far

    Ever since it was first brought to light that Windows 8's secure boot mechanism could cause problems for Linux users, speculation has been running rampant as to the exact nature of the difficulties that may arise.

  • PHP and Drupal to serve up ACCC FOI

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will look to a PHP and Drupal-based website to serve up documents under its Freedom of Information (FOI) obligations.

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