Australian tech leaders have joined together to develop a submission in response to the government’s controversial Telecommunication and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act 2018, or AA Bill.
Proprietary companies will now be able to bring on investment via equity crowdfunding, with Parliament this week passing the long-awaited amendments to its crowdfunding legislation.
ASIC has announced it will be opening applications for CSF licences, allowing eligible public companies to sell shares through a licensed intermediary.
“Wikipedia users can only upload this content because they can rely on the US fair use provisions. If it was based in Australia you wouldn’t see that logo.”
A new player in the ridesharing place looking to tackle the issue of sure pricing to benefit both drivers and passengers is Hi Oscar.
With the Government now inching ever closer to relaxing certain rules which currently restrict startups from issuing equity to crowdfunding investors (equity-based funding) and the mooted rise of peer-to-peer and peer-to-business lending platforms (debt-based funding), crowdfunding options in Australia may be about to increase dramatically.
Over recent weeks, Russel Howarth via the twitter moniker @ArrestingUber has been making some very bold, very public claims about Uber.