Workshop - Privacy in consumer credit reporting (November 2008)
Chris Connolly will present a discussion, entitled Who’s to blame for credit stress, and how can we help consumers?, at the National Access to Justice and Pro Bono Conference, to be held by the Law Council of Australia and the National Pro Bono Resource Centre in Sydney from 14-15 November 2008.
Chris’s presentation will examine potential reform of both consumer credit law and privacy law in Australia following the Australian Law Reform Commission’s privacy report For Your Information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice (Report 108). Galexia has previously prepared a submission to the ALRC’s inquiry, discussing options for stronger, more effective and more efficient consumer protection in credit reporting in Australia.
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Galexia’s submission to the ALRC privacy inquiry »
- The National Access to Justice and Pro Bono Conference (external site) »
- The Law Council of Australia (external site) »
- The National Pro Bono Resource Centre (external site) »
- ALRC’s Report 108 on Australian Privacy Law (external site) »