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Optus customers who signed contracts after seeing a January ad comparing the sizes of the Optus and Telstra network should be allowed to cancel their contracts without penalty, the Supreme Court of Victoria has ruled.
Telstra and NBN Co will argue contract terms before the NSW Supreme Court on 30 June, a directions hearing has decided.
A fight brewing between mobile app developers and the taxi industry could end up in the courts and may result in new regulations, according to independent taxi app developers.
Microsoft today said it will pay communications software maker VirnetX $200 million to settle a three-year-old patent infringement case.
Oakton subsidiary, Oakton Services, has gone on the offensive, issuing proceedings in the Commercial Court of the Supreme Court of Victoria against Tenix Solutions IMES.
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