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ACMA ‘Live Connected’ warning is legally doubtful

We’ve reported on ACMA’s formal warning to mobile service provider Live Connected for breaches of the TCP Code.  But we’re not at all sure that the Authority’s stated opinion on an important aspect of the law is correct.

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TCP Code: Parliament likely to open the door to amendment

Last Thursday, the Senate’s Environment and Communications Legislation Committee gave a green light to the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment (Consumer Protection) Bill 2013 (TLACP Bill) that was introduced into Parliament back in March. The TLACP Bill would tweak the Do Not … Continue reading

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TIO annual statistics point to ACMA audit trail

TIO's Annual Report has been released, together with complaints data for the year ending 30 June 2012. Logic suggests that ACMA will pay close attention to the complaints ranking in picking targets for audit and investigation action. So we can … Continue reading

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Collect your Compliance Calendar

The 2012 TCP Code is heavily date-driven.  Initially, different parts come into force at different times, with some as soon as 1 September 2012 and others as distant as 1 September 2014. In between, there are plenty of other key … Continue reading

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Welcome to TCPCode.com.au

After a couple of years of gestation, a new Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code is just around the corner.  As at 1011 July 2012, think ‘dayshours’ not ‘weeksdays’. Make no mistake, this Code will make a big difference to the way … Continue reading

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