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Daily Dashboard | Australian agency recommends amendments for data collection Related reading: Perspective: Embedding privacy in our day-to-day lives

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Following its "Digital Platforms Inquiry: Final Report," the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is calling for amendments to privacy laws that will help regulate data collection and use by digital platforms, ZDNet reports. While the ACCC found no transparency issues with data collection and use, it wrote that consumers "must be able to exercise real choice and meaningful control" when it comes to their data. "The ACCC's proposals will provide sufficient information to enable consumers to make informed and genuine choices, to increase the accountability of entities handling user data, and to provide the ability for consumers to exercise some control over their user data," the agency said.
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