- State Insurance Regulatory Authority’s policy
- Statutory Review of the Crime Commission Act 2012
- Double Jeopardy Bill 2019
- Review of Model Defamation Provisions – supplementary questions
- Commercialising Business Ideas
- Proposed revisions to the credit risk management framework for authorised deposit-taking institutions
- Planning Certificates – Regulation Review Project Working Group
- Review of the mandatory data retention regime
- Exchanging Ideas: First Nations Consensus in Constitutional Reform, Nation Building and Treaty Making Processes
- Implementing Australia’s Modern Slavery Act: Knowing Your Supply Chain
Artificial Intelligence: Australia’s ethics framework
The Privacy and Data Law Committee contributed to a submission to the Law Council on the CSIRO discussion paper on an ethics framework for artificial intelligence (‘AI’).
The submission raised various issues with the CSIRO’s approach to establishing a national ethics framework for guiding AI development and implementation.
In particular, the submission noted the discussion paper did not provide a complete or accurate description of privacy law in Australia, which resulted in the discussion relating to ‘privacy protection’ requiring further consideration.