Australian and regional regulatory responses to the key challenges of consumer protection in electronic commerce (March 2008)

5. Australian Resources

Argy and Martin, The effective formation of contracts by electronic means, Issue 46, Computers and Law Journal, December 2001, <>.

Attorney General’s Department, APEC Privacy Framework, May 2006.

Attorney General’s Department, Privacy Protection in Australia, May 2006.

Attorney General’s Department, Review of Australia’s Privacy Laws, May 2006.

Attorney General’s Department, Summary of Privacy Commissioner and Senate Committee Reports, May 2006.

Attorney General’s Department, Summary of the Electronic Funds Transfer Code of Conduct, May 2006.

Australian Communication and Media Authority, Australian eMarketing Code of Practice, March 2005, < emarketing code of practice.pdf>.

Australian Government, Checklist for Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce in Australia, 17 March 2006, <>.

Australian Government, Expert Group on Electronic Commerce, Review of Building Consumer Sovereignty in Electronic Commerce: A best practice model for business Discussion Paper, November 2003, <>.

Australian Government, The Australian Guidelines for Electronic Commerce, 17 March 2006, <>.

Australian Law Reform Commission, Review of the Privacy Act, Terms of Reference, 30 January 2006, <>.

Bhyat and Minister for Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs [2003] AATA 1051, <>.

Connolly C and Ravindra P, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – A Guide to Exemptions in the Electronic Transactions Act (ETA) in Australia, September 2004, <>.

Consumer Credit (New South Wales) Act 1995, <>.

DCITA, Report on the Spam Act 2003 Review, June 2006, <>.

DCITA, Spam Act 2003 Review – Issues Paper, 2006, <>.

Electronic Funds Transfer Code of Conduct, <$file/eft_code.pdf>.

Electronic Transactions Act 1999 (Cth), <$file/ElectronicTrans1999.pdf>.

Fair Trading Act 1987 (NSW), <>.

Ford & Anor v La Forrest & Ors [2001] QSC 261 <>.

Internet Industry Association, Internet Industry Spam Code Of Practice – A Code For Internet And Email Service Providers, v1.0 December 2005, < of Practice/Spam/iia spam code.pdf>.

KPMG Consulting, NCP Review of the Consumer Credit Code Final Report, December 2000, <>.

Malcolm J, Australia’s Stand on Spam, Presentation delivered at AUUG 2004 – Who Are You? The Conference for Unix, Linux and Open Source Professionals, 1 September 2004, <>.

NOIE, Final report of the NOIE review of the spam problem and how it can be countered, April 2003, <>.

NOIE, Spam Act 2003: A practical guide for businesses, February 2004, <>.

Office of the Attorney General for Western Australia, Privacy Legislation for Western Australia Discussion Paper, May 2003, <>.

Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner, Getting in on the Act: The Review of the Private Sector Provisions of the Privacy Act 1988, March 2005, <>.

Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner, Guidelines on Privacy in the Private Health Sector, 9 November 2001, <>.

Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner, Guidelines to the Information Privacy Principles, < – 3.4>.

Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner, Guidelines to the National Privacy Principles, September 2001, <>.

Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner, Spam Act 2003 Review, February 2006, <>.

Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), <>.

Sale of Goods Act 1923 (NSW), <>.

Sneddon M, Legal Liability and E-Transactions: A scoping study for the National Electronic Authentication Council, August 2000, <>.

Spam Act 2003 (Cth), <>.

Spam Regulations 2004 (Cth), <>.

Szaeg & Ors v Minister for Immigration [2003] FMCA 258, <>.

The Consumer Credit Code Website, What’s New, accessed: 5 March 2008, <>.

The Senate, Legal and Constitutional References Committee, The real Big Brother: Inquiry into the Privacy Act 1988, June 2005, <>.

Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth), <>.

Tubin G, The Sky Is Falling: The Need for Stronger Consumer Online Banking Authentication, TowerGroup, April 2005, <>.

UN Convention on the use of electronic communications in international contracts (2005), <>.

Uniform Consumer Credit Code, <>.