Half-time at the ACCC's five-year Digital Platform Services Inquiry sees the agency reflecting on changes in the high-tech sector and recommending a new approach to regulation, with up-front or ex-ante rulemaking in additional to traditional enforcement. Digital Platforms Branch General Manager Kate Reader discusses the ACCC's proposals and what they would mean for big tech, small business and consumers.
Plus turf wars and concerted practices, government action on privacy and buy-now-pay-later arrangements, and Swift justice for Ticketmaster. All this and more with co-hosts Moya Dodd and Matt Rubinstein on The Competitive Edge with Gilbert + Tobin.
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