The competition watchdog, the ACCC, has launched its quest for submissions to its upcoming digital platforms public inquiry, including a review of whether digital platforms have affected media organisations’ ability to fund and produce quality news and journalistic content for Australians.
The competition watchdog, the ACCC, says it has an open mind as it prepares, at the direction of the federal government, to undertake an inquiry into the market power of digital platforms, like Facebook and Google, in the Australian market.
Industry associations the Export Council of Australia and the Australian Digital Commerce Association, along with professional services firm KPMG, have released a paper calling for the Australian Government and industry to come together to plan for a digitally-enabled trading future in the face of digital planning already underway by Hong Kong and Singapore.
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