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Why use consumer protection regulation to target misleading representations about privacy? The Australian case against Google

Communications Law

Edited by:
Dr Peter Coe
Bloomsbury Publishing plc
Publication Date:
January 2024
(2021) Vol 26, No 4 Introduction The origins of the ACCC’s focus on consumer data practices ACCC cases in respect of consumer data practices Consumer law contraventions in ACCC v Google (Location Data) Limited enforcement action and penalties under federal privacy regulation Regulatory ‘gap-filling’ and overlaps between privacy regulation and consumer protection regulation Conclusion ...

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