Online dating sites have a role to play in protecting consumers against romance scams, says ACCC.
16 Sep 2014 |
The ACCC is sweeping the internet for online dating sites that have misleading offers and unclear pricing, and for those that lack protections for consumers against scams.
Do you want to foot the bill for a dud policy?
12 Sep 2014 |
Anti-piracy laws will leave you out of pocket as the internet gets even more expensive.
Cult kitchen appliance criticised for secret launch of new model.
11 Sep 2014 |
Thermomix customers frustrated by the unexpected release of a new model machine.
Tech giant reveals 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models, along with new Apple Watch, and takes on credit cards with a cashless mobile payment system
10 Sep 2014 |
Apple has finally revealed its new, larger, iPhone models along with an Apple Watch and a new cashless mobile payments system. The announcements, revealed overnight at a special event in Apple’s home town of Cupertino, end months of speculation.
Tech industry giants urge rethink on copyright reforms
8 Sep 2014 |
The Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA), which represents many major companies including Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Samsung and Motorola, releases their submission to the Attorney-General’s Department Online Copyright Infringement consultation.
Lyoness investigated by regulators throughout the world.
8 Sep 2014 |
The ACCC has taken action against Lyoness, a company it alleges is operating as a pyramid scheme.
Suncorp, IAG and others say the sites don't serve consumer interests.
5 Sep 2014 |
The insurance industry continues to take a dim view of insurance comparison websites, but ASIC thinks they could serve a good purpose.
Purchases of less nutritious foods declined after the introduction of a nutrition rating system in a large US supermarket chain.
2 Sep 2014 |
Star nutrition ratings on food products result in shoppers buying a more nutritious mix of products, according to a new US study.
Overseas gaming distributor, Steam, is in the spotlight for allegedly making false and misleading representations to Australian consumers.
1 Sep 2014 |
US-based games distributor Steam is being taken to court for allegedly breaching Australian Consumer Law.
Lack of research on long-term health effects prompts caution.
29 Aug 2014 |
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has released a report on e-cigarettes, recommending restrictions should be placed on the marketing of the devices, their sale to minors and indoor use.