April 28, 2022

Consumer Data Right Report 4: My Data, My Choices

This report, the fourth in the series, addresses the critical issue of consumer consent for the collection, use, and disclosure of CDR data as facilitated by the reform. It explores opportunities for CDR to be ‘doing consent well’, and highlights which of these are within the remit of the DSB.

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The Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC) was engaged by the Data Standards Body (DSB) to prepare a series of consumer research reports on how the Consumer Data Right will change the experience of Australian consumers transacting in the data economy.

This is the fourth instalment covering subjects identified as being priority topics by the DSB and CPRC, addressing issues that are of significance for government, industry and the wider community.

This report builds on indicators for effective consent identified in CPRC’s first CDR report and provides preliminary modelling for a CDR consumer outcomes measurement framework.


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