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Productivity Commission Draft Report into Data Availability and Use

Productivity Commission Draft Report into Data Availability and Use

By Tesla Kavanagh

Young Persons 


Background. In March 2016, the Productivity Commission was tasked with analysing how to consolidate the need for effective access and use of data with the legitimate privacy and security concerns of individuals. Following the April 2016 release of their Issues Paper, 211 submissions were received. On 3 November 2016, the Productivity Commission released its Draft Report into Data Availability and Use. Public data. With respect to public data (data held by the Australian government), the draft report saw a need for reform of public infrastructure and policies around data – in particular, a culture shift away from risk-consciousness and towards assuming public data transparency with an exceptional onus to be placed on those attempting to establish cases against this assumption.

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