November 20, 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… Read More ▸

August 14, 2019

Tickets now on sale! Data (R)Evolution Conference – 19 November 2019, Melbourne

9:00am to 4:00pm | 19 November 2019 | Melbourne Consumer data is now a major input to production, with data-fuelled… Read More ▸

September 13, 2019

Our submission to the Australian Government consultation on the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry

CPRC’s submission to the Australian Government consultation on the ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry highlights an urgent need for reform to… Read More ▸

July 26, 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… Read More ▸

July 24, 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… Read More ▸

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 A new report… Read More ▸

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