Submission

14 February 2022

Submission to OAIC – Review of the Privacy (Credit Reporting) Code 2014

CPRC calls for a clearer governance and effective regulation of the credit reporting regime, with the regulator resourced to conduct effective monitoring of consumer outcomes and […]
6 December 2021

Submission 2021 Regional Telecommunications Review

COVID-19 has demonstrated how essential telecommunications devices and services are to Australian consumers and how relevant 2021 Regional Telecommunications Review
1 October 2021

Submission on AER’s Better Bills Guideline

In developing its Better Bills guideline, CPRC encourages the AER to consider simplifying and standardising location of key information on
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
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:
30 July 2021

Right to repair submission

CPRC’s submission on the Productivity Commissions draft Right to Repair report supports the proposed recommendations. However, we consider the recommendations
11 June 2021

Submission to ACCC: Digital Platform Services Inquiry – Online Marketplaces

CPRC’s submission on the exposure draft of the Competition and Consumer (Industry Codes – Unit Pricing) Regulations 2021, welcoming the
16 February 2021

Submission on the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Supporting Economic Recovery) Bill 2020

CPRC’s submission outlines our position opposing the proposed amendments to responsible lending laws. Our COVID-19 research found a growing proportion
17 December 2020

Submission to the Victorian Department of Justice and Community Safety – Residential Tenancies Regulations 2020

The Residential Tenancies Regulations, and the wider reforms to the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (RTA), have the potential