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Internet service providers iiNet and Dodo have both come under fire from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for consumer protection law breaches relating to direct debits. The companies were warned for not complying with customers’ authorisation for direct debit payments and failing to cancel a direct debit authorisation within three working days upon request. Read on for the full list of charges.
The fans that come with your computer are probably bland and cheap, so you may be tempted to buy something a little nicer. LinusTechTips tested premium Noctua fans to find out if they actually kept their computer cooler or quieter.
“Buy now, pay later” is not new advice. Many people follow this habit, the justification being that they will earn more money in the future and make up for their overspending then. The Simple Dollar’s Trent Hamm argues against this concept, saying it’s based on a false concept of a “perfect future self”.