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Tech leaders, digital giants push back against ACCC 'over-reach'

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 11 December 2018
Tech leaders, digital giants push back against ACCC 'over-reach'Some of Australia's top tech industry figures have criticised the competition regulator's plans to rein in Google and Facebook.
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