News and Opinion

March 27, 2019

What if everyone could recognise vulnerability and knew what to do?

Anita Wynne, Principal of The Information Counsel introduces the latest innovation from the FrameShift team in partnership with the Society… Read More ▸

March 14, 2019

Consumer trust in smart products; balancing innovation and privacy as personal data fuels the fourth industrial revolution

This year World Consumer Rights Day is focusing on trusted smart products, examining how the wants and needs of consumers… Read More ▸

February 26, 2019

The Renter’s Journey Forum

On 25 February, CPRC launched The Renter’s Journey report at the first Consumer Policy Connect Series forum for 2019, bringing… Read More ▸

February 25, 2019

First CPRC Policy Connect Series forum for 2019 – The Renter’s Journey

Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) today released its latest research report – The Renter’s Journey – following the rental experiences… Read More ▸

August 7, 2018

Placemaking in Wyndham

As parents caring for their disabled children at home reach retirement, and children become adults with needs and goals of… Read More ▸

July 24, 2018

The Human Rights and Technology Conference

With the unprecedented rate of data collection, use of Big Data, and adoption of artificial intelligence, we are at the… Read More ▸

July 27, 2018

UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy

Professor Joseph Cannataci, UN Special Rapporteur for Privacy appointed by the Human Rights Council, is mandated to examine and report… Read More ▸

July 17, 2018

query:data conference

CPRC’s latest research on consumer data has shown a clear lack of transparency and choice for consumers on how their… Read More ▸