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 ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry—Final Report)

@article{Greenleaf2019RegulationOD,
  title={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 ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry—Final Report)},
  author={Graham Greenleaf and David Lindsay and Bruce Baer Arnold and Roger Clarke and Katherine Lane and Nigel Waters and Elizabeth Coombs},
  journal={LSN: Common Law Privacy Torts in Consumer Transactions (Sub-Topic)},
  year={2019}
}
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 on regulation of digital platforms. APF welcomes the contribution made by the ACCC to improving the understanding of how the protection of privacy is central to addressing anti-competitive concerns and consumer protection in the data economy. APF's primary focus in this submission is on the consumer privacy… Expand