The Treasury's public consultation on the ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report has now closed.
As we await the Government's response to the Final Report's 23 recommendations for wide-ranging regulatory change in areas including competition and consumer law, privacy, copyright and media regulation, Baker McKenzie presents the following video and podcasts in which our professionals discuss the recommendations, the likelihood of regulatory change and potential consequences.
The Government's response to the Final Report is currently anticipated by the end of the year. Please see our earlier client alert for an introduction to the Final Report's recommendations.
Watch - Adrian Lawrence, Andrew Stewart, Lynsey Edgar and Allison Manvell provide commentary about what the Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report means for Australian businesses and consumers.
Listen to our podcasts
|Copyright and Media Regulation Review|
|Andrew Stewart, Allison Manvell and Eli Fisher discuss how the ACCC's Final Report of its Digital Platforms Inquiry affects the way content creators can commercialise and protect their works in a digital platform environment, as well as potential changes to the media regulatory landscape.|
|Data and Privacy Review|
|Adrian Lawrence, Allison Manvell and Eli Fisher provide insights into how the Digital Platforms Inquiry may change the way that personal information is used and collected and the impact this might have on businesses that rely on personal data.|
|Competition, Mergers and Acquisitions Review|
|Adrian Lawrence, Lynsey Edgar and Allison Manvell discuss how the ACCC's Final Report of its Digital Platforms Inquiry might change the competition and consumer regulatory landscape.|
|Regulation of Digital Environment|
|Andrew Stewart discusses Baker McKenzie's role to help clients understand how their products and services might be impacted by the proposed changes set out in the report.|