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Australia: Robodebt, a government automated debt recovery system, is unlawful, Federal Court rules - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

Mondaq Friday, 6 December 2019
A class action legal challenge over Robodebt, against the Federal government, is reported to have 4,000 plaintiffs.
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