Tech And Game Pricing Inquiry Closes Today

The parliamentary inquiry designed to tackle high technology prices in Australia, including game prices, is set to close submissions today.

Spurned on by Federal MP for Chifley, Ed Husic, the inquiry has received 35 submissions so far and will analyse why there’s a price discrepancy between the US and Australia for things like games, consoles, software and tablets.

As long as the postmark is today, you’ll be fine. [APH]

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