Media monitoring company Streem has been granted interim relief in its dispute with the Copyright Agency Limited over the terms of an agreement to sublicence news content from leading publishers, including News Corp, Fairfax Media, and Bauer Media.
Respondents involved in a case brought by investment adviser Deep Investments over alleged share trading losses, including a solicitor who was sued for allegedly failing to inform the company of exchanges with ASIC about a potentially deceptive employee, are appealing a decision to allow the case to continue.
The Federal Court on Tuesday ordered internet providers Telstra, Optus, Vocus and TPG to block 28 websites accused of facilitating the illegal download and streaming of movies and TV shows.
Australia will be the battleground for the first trial in an abuse-of-dominance case against Google by digital advertising startup Unlockd, and expert competition judge John Middleton will be eagerly presiding.
The judge overseeing a competition case against Google by mobile advertising startup Unlockd has extended a temporary injunction to the search engine giant’s US arm.
Unlockd’s case against Google is the first action in Australia to test a revamped law prohibiting misuse of market power, and one of the first private cases in the world to challenge Google’s dominance in court. For both sides, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Mobile advertising startup Unlockd won a temporary injunction from the Federal Court Thursday barring Google from blocking its app in Australia until further hearing, in the first case to test revamped misuse of market power laws.