Consumer Data Tracking: Social Equity Implications

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Room 609
Melbourne Law School
185 Pelham Street


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Report launch, panel discussion, and networking event

Researchers at The University of Melbourne, in collaboration with the Consumer Policy Research Centre have produced a report on the technology behind consumer data tracking. We invite you to a session which will highlight the findings in the report as well as a panel discussion of the social equity implications of the findings.

The event will be co-hosted by the School of Computing and Information Systems, the Digital Citizens Research Network, the Melbourne Social Equity Institute and the Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC).


  • 1.00pm: Arrivals and Networking Lunch
  • 1.45pm: Welcome from A/Prof Shanton Chang
  • 1.50pm: CPRC opening
  • 2.00pm: Report Presentation from Dr Dana McKay
  • 2.10pm: Panel Response
    Featuring Dr Suelette Dreyfus (Chair), A/Prof Vanessa Teague and Dr Elham Naghi Zadeh Kakhki
  • 2.45pm: Informal Networking