Who's protecting our data privacy?

Who's protecting our data privacy?

WA
Oct 9
Leading the global investigation into social media giants that have disrupted and controlled the Australian media landscape, CEDA WA welcomes ACCC Chairman Rod Sims.

Speakers

Rod Sims, Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Event overview

Rod will outline the ACCC’s perspective on a global standard framework for data and privacy. He will provide responses to the role of global digital platforms in the supply and access of news and content in Australia and the responsibility they should hold as gateways to information.
 
As companies like Google and Facebook transform the way people communicate, access news, and view advertising online, it is imperative that governments and regulators consider potential issues created by the concentration of market power, including the impact on Australian businesses.

Event presentations

Rod Sims, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

Rod Sims
Chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Rod Sims was appointed Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in August 2011 for a five year term. Rod has extensive business and public sector experience. Immediately prior to his appointment to the ACCC, he was the Chairman of the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of New South Wales, Commissioner on the National Competition Council, Chairman of InfraCo Asia, Director of Ingeus Limited, and member of the Research and Policy Council of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia. 

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