Porsche to offer famous sports car rentals, sharing

INTERNATIONAL ‘ Porsche is widening its experimentation with alternatives to traditional car ownership,

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ACCC releases Consumer Data Right draft framework for comment

The ACCC is calling for industry and public feedback on developing rules supporting Australia’s Consumer Data Right (CDR), a regulatory framework enabling consumers to share their personal data with trusted service providers.

CDR is a construct based on giving consumers the ability to take control of personal data, such as information on transaction and product history, and share it with service providers of their choice. Its initial application will be in banking sector under the ‘Open banking’ regime.


Officially opening up the submissions process today, ACCC commissioner, Sarah Court, said it is important consumers, businesses and stakeholders have transparency over the ACCC’s approach in setting up detailed rules around CDR.

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Five Eyes to tech industry: Make access to online communications possible, or else

The attorneys-general and interior ministers of the Five Eyes nations ‘ Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US ‘ have called for ICT service providers ‘to voluntarily establish lawful access solutions to their products and services that they create or operate in our countries’.

The ‘Statement of Principles on Access to Evidence and Encryption’ was one of the outcomes of a five country ministerial meeting held on the Gold Coast on August 28 and 29.

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