News and Opinion

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 ▸

July 15, 2018

Australians primed for a backlash against data free-for-all

The Consumer Data and Digital Economy report, released today by Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC), has found Australians are not… Read More ▸

Report launch: Consumer Data and the Digital Economy

Australians are spending more of their lives online. 87% were active internet users in 2017, more than 17 million use… Read More ▸

June 30, 2018

Navigating complex markets

Kicking off the event, Martin Parkinson, the secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, reflected on the failure… Read More ▸

May 30, 2018

Will Big Data end the ‘fair go’ for Australian consumers?

Australia is lagging other countries in its understanding of the impacts of ‘big data’ collection and consumer profiling, the Consumer… Read More ▸

May 13, 2018

Research: Australian consumers ‘soft targets’ in Big Data economy

Surveying the digital behaviours of 1004 Australian consumers over the past 12 months, CPRC found that: Only 6% had read… Read More ▸