Consumers in digital world

26 August 2021

Submission to Treasury: Consumer Data Right – Strategic Assessment

CPRC believes that while an economy-wide consumer data right strategy has the potential to bring benefits to all Australians, it’s development and implementation should be thoughtful […]
18 August 2021

Submission to ACCC: Digital Platform Services Inquiry – Online Marketplaces

CPRC submission to the ACCC Digital Platform Services Inquiry into general online marketplaces highlights our research insights on:
2 August 2021

Submission to The Treasury’s Consumer Data Right amendments (version 3)

CPRC urges Treasury to heed the concerns of consumer organisations and take appropriate steps to mitigate risks to consumers through
2 June 2021

CPRC submission on CDR rules – Joint accounts and peer-to-peer in energy

CPRC’s submission outlines our position opposing the proposed default approach to joint accounts and raising questions about the proposed peer-to-peer
12 May 2021

Consumer Data Right Report 3: Vulnerability, capability, opportunity

Understanding consumer vulnerability as a key to unlocking benefit from the Consumer Data Right Vulnerability affects us all. Principles that support
12 May 2021

Consumer Data Right Report 2: Joint accounts and the Consumer Data Right

The Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) has been engaged to prepare a series of consumer research reports for the Data
12 May 2021

Consumer Data Right Report 1: Stepping towards trust consumer experience, consumer data standards, and the Consumer Data Right

The Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) has been engaged to prepare a series of consumer research reports for the Data
18 March 2021

Unfair Trading Practices in Digital Markets: Evidence and Regulatory Gaps

The Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) is a strong supporter of an unfair trading practices prohibition being introduced in Australia.
7 December 2020

Submission to Privacy Act Review Issues Paper

CPRC has a keen interest in how Australia’s privacy protection framework can be reformed so it offers modern, robust protections