Working Paper

Proposed Position Paper on Privacy Law Reforms



Date published

1 February, 2023


The purpose of this paper is to set out some general principles in respect of privacy law reforms proposed by the Australian Government in 2021. The paper also illustrates how these principles can shape a response to some of the issues raised in the ongoing reform process, where those issues have particular relevance to children. 

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Bunn, A., and Leaver, T. 2023 Digital Child Working Paper 2023-02, Proposed Position Paper on Privacy Law Reforms. ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child, Brisbane, Australia.

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