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 ====== Trade Practices/​Consumer Legislation (State/​Territory) ====== ====== Trade Practices/​Consumer Legislation (State/​Territory) ======
   * [[TPAACT|ACT]],​ [[TPANSW|NSW]],​ [[TPANT|NT]],​ [[TPAQLD|QLD]],​ [[TPASA|SA]],​ [[TPATAS|TAS]],​ [[TPAVIC|VIC]],​ [[TPAWA|WA]] ​   * [[TPAACT|ACT]],​ [[TPANSW|NSW]],​ [[TPANT|NT]],​ [[TPAQLD|QLD]],​ [[TPASA|SA]],​ [[TPATAS|TAS]],​ [[TPAVIC|VIC]],​ [[TPAWA|WA]] ​
-====== Interesting Cases ====== +===== Interesting Cases ===== 
-===== 2013 =====+==== 2013 ====
   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​2013/​1.html|Google Inc v Australian Competition and Consumer Commission]](([2013] HCA 1))   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​2013/​1.html|Google Inc v Australian Competition and Consumer Commission]](([2013] HCA 1))
     * Trade practices – Misleading or deceptive conduct – Search engine operator displayed "​sponsored links" on search results page – Sponsored links created by or at direction of advertisers – Sponsored links comprised advertising text which directed users to web sites of advertisers'​ choosing – Whether search engine operator engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct by publishing or displaying sponsored links which contained misleading representations made by advertisers – Whether search engine operator adopted or endorsed misleading representations.     * Trade practices – Misleading or deceptive conduct – Search engine operator displayed "​sponsored links" on search results page – Sponsored links created by or at direction of advertisers – Sponsored links comprised advertising text which directed users to web sites of advertisers'​ choosing – Whether search engine operator engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct by publishing or displaying sponsored links which contained misleading representations made by advertisers – Whether search engine operator adopted or endorsed misleading representations.
 +  * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​au/​cases/​cth/​FCAFC/​2013/​90.html|Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Lux Distributors Pty Ltd]] (([2013] FCAFC 90))
  
-===== 2012 =====+==== 2012 ====
   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​FCA/​2012/​138.html|SingTel Optus Pty Ltd v Australian Football League]] (([2012] FCA 138))   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​FCA/​2012/​138.html|SingTel Optus Pty Ltd v Australian Football League]] (([2012] FCA 138))
   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​2006/​59.html|Houghton v Arms]](([2006] HCA 59))   * [[http://​www.austlii.edu.au/​cgi-bin/​sinodisp/​au/​cases/​cth/​HCA/​2006/​59.html|Houghton v Arms]](([2006] HCA 59))
     * Employees of a corporation liable for misleading or deceptive statements made in the course of their employment ​     * Employees of a corporation liable for misleading or deceptive statements made in the course of their employment ​
-====== News ======+===== News =====
 ==== 2011 ==== ==== 2011 ====
   * [[http://​ministers.treasury.gov.au/​DisplayDocs.aspx?​doc=pressreleases/​2011/​048.htm&​pageID=003&​min=djb&​Year=&​DocType=|November 3, 2011 - The COAG Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs agreed to amend the Australian Consumer Law to allow consumers a 10-day cooling off period during which neither goods nor services can be supplied or payment made.]]   * [[http://​ministers.treasury.gov.au/​DisplayDocs.aspx?​doc=pressreleases/​2011/​048.htm&​pageID=003&​min=djb&​Year=&​DocType=|November 3, 2011 - The COAG Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs agreed to amend the Australian Consumer Law to allow consumers a 10-day cooling off period during which neither goods nor services can be supplied or payment made.]]

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