ACCC: Consumers' right to their own data is on its way

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) Chair Rod Sims has announced, at the Consumer Policy Research Centre’s Consumer Data Conference in Melbourne, that the consumer data right (CDR) which will enable customers to safely share their data with trusted service providers, is a fundamental competition and consumer reform.

Mr Sims said the ACCC will have the lead role in turning the concept of a consumer data right into a reality, including rule-making, consumer education and, eventually, enforcement.

Click here for the full statement. 


We welcome your feedback

Hi there! We want to make this site as good as it can for you, the user. Please tell us what you would like to do differently and we will do our best to accommodate!

Protected by FormShield

We've updated our Privacy Statement, before you continue. please read our new Privacy Statement and familiarise yourself with the terms.