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Refunds are an important aspect of consumer protection in Australia, and it is crucial for businesses to be aware of their legal obligations when it comes to offering refunds to customers. This blog explores some of the legal considerations that apply when giving a refund in Australia, including the impact of Australian Consumer Law, the […]
For writers, copyright law can play a significant role in protecting their original works and ensuring they receive appropriate recognition and compensation for their efforts. Under Australian copyright law, copyright protects the original expression of ideas, rather than the ideas themselves. This means that while ideas themselves cannot be copyrighted, the particular way in which […]
If your business is online, terms and conditions are a must. They are an electronic contract that is legally binding between you and your customers. Specifically, they govern what customers or users must comply with in order to access and use your website. What is the law? The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) requires businesses with […]
Dark Patterns: User interfaces that make consumers buy and buy more. What are the laws and are dark patterns illegal?
Have you ever been in a situation where you are buying things online and find it really easy to sign up but a real challenge to get out of it? Maybe an online subscription service for example that makes it difficult for users to cancel? Other examples of dark patterns that internet users may come […]
Employers beware – employees and personal emails could be breaching your IP! One question we often get asked is: whether it is a breach of copyright for employees to email copyrighted works from a work email address to a personal email address. Employees and Personal Emails – What is the law? The leading case […]