Submission - Credit Reporting Regulatory Framework: Submission to ALRC Privacy Inquiry (December 2007)
4.2. Submissions to ALRC Issues Paper 32
Australian Privacy Foundation, Review of Privacy – Credit Reporting Provisions Issues Paper 32 – Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission, March 2007, <http://www.privacy.org.au/Papers/CrRpting-ALRC-0703.pdf>.
Banking and Financial Services Ombudsman, Review of Privacy – Credit Reporting Provisions: Issues Paper 32 – Submission by Banking and Financial Services Ombudsman Limited, March 2007, <http://www.bfso.org.au/abioweb/ABIOWebSite.nsf/3f51d54074f36f08ca256bce00094be3/15f5fb12141475a3ca2572ba0010bdd6?OpenDocument>.
Consumer Action Law Centre, Review of Privacy – Credit Reporting Provisions Submission in response to Issues Paper 32, 30 March 2007, <http://www.consumeraction.org.au/downloads/ConsumerActionSubmissiontoIssuesPaper32.pdf>.
Office of the Privacy Commissioner, Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission’s Review of Privacy – Issues Paper 32 Credit Reporting Provisions, 13 April 2007, <http://www.privacy.gov.au/publications/submissions/sub-alrc-ip32-credit-reporting-200704.pdf>.
Veda Advantage, Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission Issues Paper 32 – Credit Reporting, March 2007, <https://www.vedaadvantage.com/doc_library/63/VedaAdvantage_ALRC_IP32_Submission_March2007.pdf>.
Waters N, Implementing privacy principles in Credit Reporting Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Privacy Issues Paper 32: Credit Reporting Provisions, Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, 31 March 2007, <http://www.bakercyberlawcentre.org/ipp/publications/papers/ALRC_IP32_subm.pdf>.