June 14, 2019

How consumers can protect themselves in the digital environment

CPRC has been very lucky to host two interns from the University of Melbourne since March this year – Pan… Read More ▸

May 30, 2019

Research Launch Webinar: A Day In The Life Of Data

Every day, our behaviour is monitored, collected, sold and shared to generate detailed online consumer profiles. What does this mean… Read More ▸

May 29, 2019

CPRC research finds Australian consumers in the dark when it comes to data free-for-all

New report highlights current business practices and necessary reforms to prepare Australia for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Consumer Policy Research’s… Read More ▸

May 14, 2019

Will Australia need a new approach to data protection?

Data and digital transformation in consumer markets CPRC CEO, Lauren Solomon’s presentation at the 2019 Australian Consumer Law Conference Enhancing… Read More ▸

May 2, 2019

Highlights from the #DigitalHive Summit

Summit Day 2 – Wednesday 1 May On Day 2 of the official Digital Hive Summit we heard some similar themes discussed… Read More ▸

April 30, 2019

Highlights from the #DigitalHive Summit

Side Events – Monday 29 April Day one in sunny Portugal’s Consumers International Digital Hive was a stellar line up of side… 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 ▸

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 ▸

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