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Samsung has been fined $14 million for misleading advertisements about seven Galaxy phones being water-resistant. The phones were damaged after being used in swimming pools and ocean water.
The Australian regulator has filed a lawsuit in the Federal Court against Uber claiming that the taxi provider misled over two million Australians by showing misleading fares for roughly two years.
An Australian regulator has sued Meta for allowing fraudulent ads showing celebrities promoting cryptocurrencies to run rampant on Facebook. One person reportedly lost almost $500,000.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is now soliciting feedback from the public regarding Google's acquisition of Fitbit. The process will continue till December 9, 2020.
Australian Competition and Consumer has filed a case against the tech giant Google for failing to properly inform the customers and not getting their consent when expanding its personal data use.
Sony Europe has been issued a hefty $2.4 million fine by the Australian federal court. The penalty has been charged on the basis that Sony misled customers about their rights when demanding refunds.
Google has run afoul of Australia's competition regulator and is now facing a trial in Federal Court over alleged misrepresentations of how it collected and used location data from Android devices.
Over 300 adverts made by Samsung involving the water resistance of its Galaxy series of mobile phones have been taken to court by an Australian consumer commission for misleading content.
Valve has lost its appeal against an AU$3 million penalty for misleading consumers about their rights regarding refunds in Australia. The company now must pay the fine and put a notice on its site.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has alleged that Apple has wronged its customers in the infamous "Error 53" incident, which killed the iPhones repaired by third parties.
Leading on from the 'Error 53' debacle last year, Apple has now found itself the target of Federal Court proceedings by the ACCC alleging the company misled consumers about their warranty rights.
Having been found guilty of breaching Australian Consumer Law, Valve now awaits judgment regarding its fine, with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission seeking a penalty of AU$3 million.