On 1 May, 1997, the Commission expressed concerns the proposed acquisition of the businesses of News research and Monitoring Perth Media by Media Monitors (WA) Pty Ltd may have the effect of substantially lessening competition in the relevant market/s for media monitoring services.
The Commission considers Mr Wilson breached s61 of the Act by engaging in pyramid selling over the internet. The Commission also considers that such action was misleading and deceptive, contrary to s52 of the Act.
The Commission alleges that in supplying various CSIRO documents Korab: (i) engaged in conduct that is misleading or deceptive or likely to be misleading or deceptive in contravention of s52 of the Trade Practices Act; (ii) falsely represented that goods had an approval which they did not in fact possess in contravention of section 53(c) of the Act.
The Commission considered that a number of internet schemes set up by Mr. Tischler involved pyramid selling, contrary to section 61 of the Trade Practices Act. In addition, the Commission considered that Mr.
The Commission considers the Pay Two Bills promotion by Australia Post was misleading, or likely to mislead, and thus inadvertently contravened s52 of the TPA. Australia Post have agreed to a number of issues outlined in the undertaking.
British Airways and its advertising agency M&C Saatchi published advertisements offering free flights to the UK and Europe. The ad contained small print which contained conditions which materially detracted from the main message of the ad constituting breach of s52.
Contravention of Ss52, 53(e), 53(g) and 53C of the Trade Practices Act. Anythoughts broadcast three TV ads on Channel 10 in WA promoting Nortel 911, Nokia 3810 and Motorola Startac 70 mobile phones and service packages.
Breach of Sections 45 & 47 of the Trade Practices Act. 1) Seven undertakes to the Commission to negotiate in good faith with the new licensee for the supply for free-to-air broadcast in the Area of some or all of the Programs or the Seven Network Feed (as may be requested by new licensee).
The Commission considers that a scheme marketing long distance telecommunications svcs to residential and business users promoted by DirectLink has breaches sections 57 and 61(I) of the Trade Practices Act 1974.