Recording without permission might be illegal depending on where you live.
The US DoJ says Google’s conduct harms competition and consumers, and reduces the ability of new innovative companies to develop and compete.
Google says it will pay publishers $US1 billion ($1.4 billion) over the next three years to licence content across the globe
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has generated an outpouring of grief around the globe.
Morrison declared national cabinet has helped to make the federation “more responsive and more co-ordinated than we’ve seen in many years”.
Normally, protesting is not an offence.
Online app is now using artificial intelligence to help separating couples make parenting arrangements and divide their assets.
As debate rages about sexual harassment in the legal profession, a key outstanding question is reforming the way judges are appointed.
A much-awaited ruling from the Federal Court has confirmed long-term casual workers can dispute their status and seek payments for entitlements such as annual leave.
This is a recipe for uncertainty (the lawyer’s dread) which begets frustration which begets, ultimately, distress.