Consumers in a digital world

2 December 2021

Floppy disks, Faith and a Privacy Act for the 21st century

By Lauren Solomon and Chandni Gupta As we enter the home stretch of 2021, our heads are down preparing CPRC’s response to the proposed Discussion
17 December 2020

Consumers, data and digital transformation – a year in review at CPRC

A message from Andrew Thomsen, Senior Research and Policy Manager, CPRC 2020 has been a year like no other. The COVID-19 pandemic and associated health measures
7 December 2020

New research finds Australian consumers want more control over their personal information and expect fair treatment

A Consumer Policy Research Centre survey of 1,000 consumers conducted from March – April this year confirmed Australians expect more
23 November 2020

New tools for fairer AI

A ground-breaking new technical paper demonstrates how businesses can identify algorithmic bias in artificial intelligence (AI), and proposes steps they
28 April 2020

Introducing our new data and technology lead, Andrew Thomsen

What attracted me to this role at CPRC? Data practices, technology and digital markets are evolving rapidly. This presents consumer protection challenges that are also changing […]
20 November 2019

Forward-looking collective of local and international experts gather for CPRC’s Data (R)Evolution conference

Data will soon be our most valuable resource. We need a comprehensive governance framework and we need pro-active and empowered
18 November 2019

Data (R)Evolution Conference Speech by CPRC CEO, Lauren Solomon

I would also like to begin by acknowledging that this meeting is being held on the traditional lands of the
26 July 2019

ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report

Economy-wide reform required to protect consumers Friday 26 July 2019 – Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) welcomes the release of
23 July 2019

Human Rights and Citizenship

CPRC CEO, Lauren Solomon’s opening response at the 2019 University of Melbourne Digital Citizens Conference Thank you so much to