The Consumer Data Right has launched today, enabling consumers to share their banking data for transaction accounts and credit and debit cards to gain more personalised financial products and services.
IAB Australia hosted a data governance and consumer privacy webinar recently. As part of this, principal of one of Australia's most respected experts in privacy law and practice, Salinger Privacy, Anna Johnston, shared her thoughts on the future of privacy for the...
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched its Consumer Data Right Register today, after being pushed back a few months in February. The register will allow businesses to apply to be recognised as Accredited Data Recipients.
The ACCC has put the call out for submissions to its new mandatory code of conduct governing Australia’s news media and digital platforms, a move aimed at helping address the imbalance between traditional media companies and Google and Facebook.
Digital platforms like Facebook and Google will be required to pay news outlets for hosting their content as part of a mandatory code of conduct the Australian government is planning to introduce.
The ACCC’s adtech and ad agency services inquiry efforts are officially underway, with the industry watchdog calling for feedback and information from Australia’s digital advertising supply chain and services ecosystem.