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EBay shill bidder fined £3,500

A man has been fined £3,500 and ordered to undertake 250 hours of community service after bidding on his own eBay listings to drive up the price.

Libel published on Facebook results in £10,000 payout

The High Court has ordered a chef to pay £10,000 in libel damages for a Facebook posting in which he called a former friend a gay paedophile.

Consumers may ditch ISPs early over slow broadband

Consumers are entitled to leave their broadband providers early without penalty if internet access speeds are too slow, under new plans drawn up by telecoms regulator Ofcom.

Locking consumers into long contracts unlawful

The OFT has ruled that Gym membership contracts that last for three years without cancellation rights breach consumer protection laws.

Most Work Experience must be paid for

e-sue is warning employers who take on interns and young people seeking unpaid work experience that the law generally regards them as 'workers' who must be paid at least the minimum wage.