The much-discussed inquiry into price gouging for tech goods in Australia is accepting submissions from the public from today. Consumers can make their feelings known until July 6, although as Alex at Gizmodo points out, the bigger issue is how businesses seek to explain the already-very-evident price differences. [Inquiry into IT Pricing via Gizmodo]
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