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The right way? Australia’s new ‘consumer data right’

The Australian Government has embraced the wide-ranging recommendations issued regarding access to and use of data in the Australian Productivity Commission’s Data Availability and Use Inquiry report (‘Productivity Commission Report’), initially released in May 2017. In this article, Angela Flannery, Partner at Holding Redlich, looks at the steps the Australian Government is taking to implement the ‘consumer data right’ recommended by the Productivity Commission and what this might mean for Australian businesses and consumers.

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