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Regulation of Digital Platforms as Part of Economy-Wide Reforms to Australia's Failed Privacy Laws (Australian Privacy Foundation Submission to the Australian Government on Implementation of the
This is the final submission to the Australian Government by the Australian Privacy Foundation (APF) on the final report of the Australian Consumer & Competition Commission (ACCC) Report onExpand
Stay Public or Go Private?: a Comparative Analysis of Water Services between Quito and Guayaquil
This paper computes several indicators of water coverage, quality, and prices in Ecuador’s two largest cities: Quito and Guayaquil—both before and after the privatization of water services inExpand
Digital Platforms: The Need to Restrict Surveillance Capitalism (Australian Privacy Foundation Submission to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) – Digital Platforms Inquiry –
On 4 December 2017, the Australian government directed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)a to conduct an inquiry into digital platforms. The inquiry, says the ACCC, ‘is lookingExpand
Privatization for the public good? : welfare effects of private intervention in Latin America
This book provides a detailed microeconomic analysis of the impact of various privatizations in different countries in the region. Its central message is that in many cases, contrary to popularExpand
Human Rights, Privacy Rights, and Technology-Facilitated Violence
This chapter examines Technology-Facilitated violence from the perspective of international human rights law. It explores current research relating to Technology-Facilitated violence and thenExpand