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Google dismisses Australian publishers' demands to be paid for their content – saying they should delist from Google News instead


The ACCC has approved Japanese beer giant Asahi's acquisition of CUB – on the condition it sells off some of its brands


Supermarkets are now allowed to coordinate with each other on food supplies during the coronavirus crisis



Aussies lost more than $28.6 million to dating and romance scams in 2019 – with some people being scammed via popular games like Words With Friends


The booking site Trivago claimed it would find you the cheapest hotel room rates – but it actually promoted rooms for higher commission


Facebook and Google could be forced to reveal their algorithms to Australian media companies ahead of any changes



Oscar Wylee is in hot water amid allegations it donated less than 1% of the eyeglasses it said it would


The Australian government has revealed how it plans to crack down on Facebook and Google. Here's what it has in store.


The ACCC is suing Google over the collection of personal location data – here’s why it matters


Aussie households have seen electricity bill savings after reforms, but they could save even more by ditching the ‘big three’ suppliers


The big four banks have been rorting Aussies of hundreds of million of dollars every year in foreign currency fees - now the government is cracking down


Australia has the most expensive broadband of all OECD countries — and ranks well below Iran and Albania



Australia will 'act alone' on regulating Google and Facebook if needed — telling the tech giants they can obey the law or leave


Government claims its tech crackdown is 'groundbreaking' — but it falls short of the breakup Facebook's co-founder Chris Hughes wants


Google and Facebook react to Australian government crackdown — and their lobby group is worried about 'unintended consequences'


Uber Eats bullied restaurants into taking responsibility for botched deliveries that weren’t their fault, and is now pledging to change its contracts



Vodafone will refund customers who unknowingly bought ringtones, games and gadgets — but has avoided a fine from the competition watchdog


Samsung accused of misleading Australian customers in its advertising about the water resistance of Galaxy phones


Netflix could be hit with special tax as Australia prepares to tackle digital giants including Facebook and Google


Jetstar hit with $1.95 million fine for lying to customers about non-refundable cheap tickets