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Advised to wait for regulation.
 
AIIA defends "justifiably" higher Aussie IT prices 
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Says changes to law would be anti-competitive.
 
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Court upholds anti-competition ruling.
 
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Commission investigating tax deals.
 
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Complicated tax structures targeted.
 
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Army of workers needed for manual processing.
 
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European court rules in favour of privacy.
 
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Law 'interferes with fundamental rights'.
 
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Best practice report released.
 
Biometrics fix foiled by make up 
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EU backers still pleased.
 
Telstra free to make TPG-style basement fibre play 
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But little appetite for 'crazy'.
 
Europe steps closer to tough unified data laws 
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Increases fines, softens language.
 
Samsung offers ceasefire in smartphone patent war 
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Looks to avoid antitrust charges.
 
Foxconn in Euro sweat shop row 
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Twelve hour shifts without breaks.
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