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Mark Ritson v Professor Caron Beaton-Wells on Big Tech, ACCC inquiry

Melbourne University Law School’s Professor Caron Beaton-Wells, a leading thinker on competition law, says the ACCC’s Digital Platforms Inquiry is globally “groundbreaking” and warns industry not to underestimate the ACCC’s intent on privacy and consumer protection. She talks to MI3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre on the consumer privacy “paradox" and what's next for collecting and trading consumer data.   
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18 November 2019 23 min listen

Meet Your Host

By Paul McIntyre

Executive Editor

Paul McIntyre is a 25-year business journalist and Executive Editor of Mi3, a weekly intelligence briefing backed by the Media I group for the tech, media, marketing and agency sectors.

Mi3 was launched in April 2019 to distil and advance intelligent cross-sector conversations on global and local industry trends and developments that matter. 

Paul is also a contributing editor for The Australian Financial Review. He has covered media, tech, marketing and advertising for mastheads including Media in The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The New Zealand Herald and Advertising Age (US).