Banking Royal Commission – Insurance

Many Australians take out insurance expecting to be protected in unforeseen circumstances, whether it is to do with their health, travel, car or life situations. The unfortunate reality is that there are many instances of consumers falling victim to the misconduct […]

Warning: We could be turning into a “Big Brother” State

Proposed Tech Laws could give Police access to Messages A draft bill released last week by the Government could compel telecommunication providers to assist law enforcement and intelligence agencies in accessing data. The Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill […]

Is it the end of physical IDs?

A digital driver licence trial is set to start in NSW’s Eastern Suburbs from November this year. Digital driver’s licence can be used as valid ID Participants who opt into the trial can use their digital driver’s licence (DDL) which […]

42-Year-Old Man to Face Additional 210 Charges

A 42-year-old man is facing court today for a long list of offences related to alleged child abuse. The man to face an additional 210 charges He was arrested last week after police allegedly found thousands of videos and photos […]

Crackdown on Driving Offences from September

New laws are set to come into effect in September which will increase the penalties for drug driving and illegal mobile phone use. These are the changes that you need to know to ensure that you avoid being hit with […]

The Law on Revenge Porn: Distributing Intimate Images

At the end of last year, the Federal Government introduced new laws into Parliament targeting those who share revenge porn. “Revenge porn” is the term used to describe the unauthorised sharing of intimate images or videos. This includes the use of faked […]

Proposed Changes to Drink-Driving Laws

Proposed changes to drink-driving laws will see an increase in the penalties given to NSW drivers if they are caught driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Roads Minister Melinda Pavey introduced a new law to Parliament last week targeting […]

New Banking Code of Practice

The Australian banking industry have been under public scrutiny for the last few months after the Banking Royal Commission revealed systemic misconduct within the industry. In an attempt to restore community trust in the banking sector, the Australian Banking Association have […]

Can you Sue Google for Defamation?

In today’s technological age, we rely on Google to provide us with information. It is easy to Google someone’s name, and the information that we find can influence our opinion of the person. But what if the information that we […]