About this inquiry

This is the first legislation of this kind proposed in the Parliament.

Allow for public consultation, including with industry, community groups and education providers; enable public input into the impact of technological developments on this new area of law; and scrutiny of the practical issues surrounding the implementation of the scheme.



Inquiry Status

Accepting Submissions

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Submissions

Submissions received by the Committee

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1Optus (PDF 282 KB) 
2Victorian Catholic Schools Parent Body (PDF 1011 KB) 
3Australian Institute of Family Studies (PDF 143 KB) 
4Information and Privacy Commission NSW (PDF 2013 KB) 
5Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (PDF 1164 KB) 
6Telstra (PDF 158 KB) 
7Federation of Ethnic Communities' Councils of Australia (PDF 211 KB) 
8Families Australia (PDF 634 KB) 
9Youth Off The Streets  (PDF 570 KB) 
10AIIA (PDF 142 KB) 
11Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (PDF 400 KB) 
12Communications Alliance (PDF 101 KB) 
13NetSafe, New Zealand (PDF 158 KB) 
14Australian Council on Children and the Media (PDF 90 KB) 
15Project Rockit (PDF 192 KB) 
16Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (PDF 4422 KB) 
17Australian Interactive Media Industry Association Digital Policy Group (PDF 457 KB) 
18Institute of Public Affairs (PDF 1632 KB) 
19Child Wise (PDF 76 KB) 
20NAPCAN (PDF 1408 KB) 

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