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16 March 2023

Why businesses need to keep consumers safe and treat their data with care

In whose interest? Why businesses need to keep consumers safe and treat their data with care Australia’s privacy laws rely on notification and consent as the […]
21 February 2023

Submission to Designing ReMade in Australia Discussion paper

Encouraging greater uptake of recycling and the creation of a circular economy are important steps to reduce waste and resource use in Australia. We know consumers […]
21 February 2023

Submission to Treasury consultation on Climate-related financial disclosure

Consistent disclosure of climate related risks is an important step towards all actors in our economy removing and managing these risks. While the consultation paper primarily […]
21 February 2023

Submission to AEMC Unlocking Customer Energy Resources benefit

Consumer protections for the provision of distributed or consumer energy resources should be consistent with broader protections for energy consumers under the National Energy Consumer Framework […]
2 February 2023

Buy Now, Pain Later – The experience of Victorian consumers with Buy Now, Pay Later loans

22 December 2022

Dark patterns are having a ‘vibe shift’

The recent $245 million Federal Trade Commission settlement with Fortnite on alleged use of dark patterns is the wake-up call many consumer advocates have been anticipating worldwide.
19 December 2022

Rising rates, falling financial wellbeing: the impact of housing stress on Victorians

16 December 2022

Submission: SA review of residential tenancies act

More Australians are renting and for longer. Rental reform is required to ensure that people who rent have adequate protections, access to redress, and safe, energy […]
12 December 2022

Mission: compostable

Consumers shouldn’t be left feeling overwhelmed and unable to work out what is the right option because of poor quality and potentially misleading green claims.