The High Court has found that consumers can be protected even if they haven’t fully read their terms and even if they were outside of Australia when they accepted them.
Ms Kayess will be the first woman with lived experience of disability to hold the office since the inaugural commissioner, who was appointed 30 years ago.
The High Court judges unanimously held that a person must be released from immigration detention where there is no real prospect of them being deported in the foreseeable future.
Professor Davis’ appointment to the Academy of the Humanities completes a rare trifecta. She has already been appointed to the Academies of Law and of Social Sciences.
Historically, most Pacific visa programs in Australia have been tied to labour mobility. And none has specifically referenced climate change as a driving rationale.
The plaintiffs claim features such as ‘infinite scroll’ leave users less likely to be able to exercise self-control.
The Guardian has accused Microsoft of reputational damage, after it displayed one of its articles alongside an inappropriate AI-generated poll.
A UNSW Law academic says a NSW Police program was rightfully abandoned after a five-year investigation.
New research shows that not only is the use of drug detection dogs ineffective, it may in fact increase the risk of drug-related harm.
A UNSW consumer psychologist says that supermarkets need to take a new approach to ease shopper frustrations.