Submission

13 April 2022

Submission to ACCC: Digital Platform Services Inquiry on updating consumer law for digital platform services

In its submission to the ACCC’s Digital Platform Services inquiry on updating consumer law for digital platform services, CPRC calls for a consumer-centred approach to mitigating […]
10 January 2022

Submission to The Attorney-General’s Department – Privacy Act Review – Discussion Paper

CPRC welcomes the progress on the review of the Privacy Act. CPRC has a keen interest in how Australia’s privacy
27 September 2021

Submission to Treasury: Strengthening protections against unfair contract terms

CPRC supports the proposed amendments in Treasury Laws Amendment (Measures for a later sitting) Bill 2021: Unfair contract term reforms, which
9 September 2021

Submission to Home Affairs – Strengthening Australia’s cyber security regulations and incentives

CPRC’s research continually confirms that consumers are overwhelmed with the explosion of data driven products and services. Information asymmetries, lack
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
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
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