[LINK] Consumer Data Right Bill tabled
jwhit at internode.on.net
Thu Feb 14 09:33:57 AEDT 2019
As I said on the privacy lists, this is Newspeak for "open banking
legislation". The spin doctors think if the prism is "consumer rights",
well, that's ok then.
The explanatory memorandum (all over 85 pages of it) says this is for
banking, energy and telecommunications, but will be rolled out across
the economy eventually.
Good or bad? And does the consumer REALLY have choice about this or is
it a Trojan horse to bait and switch just like opt-in became opt-out for
My Health Record?
On 14/02/2019 8:40 AM, Roger Clarke wrote:
> Treasury Laws Amendment (Consumer Data Right) Bill 2019
> Introduced into the HoR Wed 13 Feb
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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