Making Google and Facebook pay Australian news publishers might be good politics, but it is odd economics.
With companies increasingly handing decisions over to AI, tech giants like Google and Microsoft have to navigate the ethical challenges posed by machines.
If the ACCC takes one of the tech giants to court for breach of the code, the penalty could be more than $10 million.
The watchdog has voiced concerns over the proposed US$2.1 billion merger, from which both users and Australian health services could lose out.
As news media revenues tumble still further amid the COVID-19 recession, the government has pledged mandatory rules to force tech giants to pay for using news content.
An Australian court ordered Google to identify the person behind an anonymous review.
UNSW Business School Associate Professor Rob Nicholls explains what this means.
Regulators are beginning to tackle big tech companies' hidden use of consumer data.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says the sheer dominance of Google and Facebook has distorted other businesses' ability to compete on their own merits.
A deep dive with Google taught UNSW Business School student Catherine Hu what it takes to stand out.