While the ACCC failed in a similar case against Google in 2013, there are some key details in this one which could give it more leverage.
The Court’s decision represents narrow understanding of accountability, the role of courts, and ignores children’s positionality in society.
A Senate committee is discussing a bill designed to shore up the independence of the Australian Research Council, after recent high-profile cases of ministers vetoing research grants.
Putin has left his fan club of European right-wing populists squirming. United in embarrassment and politically sidelined.
New research shows policy referendums have been far more frequent at the state and territory level and demonstrates the enduring appeal of giving the public a say on the big issues.
Grace Tame joins UNSW academics Kyllie Cripps, Michael Salter and Emma A. Jane for a UNSW Centre for Ideas panel discussion.
Women should be given incentives to work in Parliament, rather than being forced to leave, says new report.
For the first time since World War II, a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council has employed force to appropriate territory of another UN Member State.
Sanctions can be applied aggressively, but measuring their impact can be a challenge.
International human rights expert addresses whether an amendment to the Sex Discrimination Act is a threat to religious freedom.