March 2023 interim report31 Mar 2023
On 28 April 2023, the ACCC released the sixth interim report for the Digital Platform Services Inquiry.
The report considers competition and consumer issues in the provision of social media services to consumers and businesses in Australia by social media platforms, and highlights a range of competition and consumer harms occurring across social media services. The report continues to support reforms to protect consumers and businesses.
See: Digital Platforms Services Inquiry – March 2023 interim report.
To inform this report, the ACCC released an issues paper on 16 August 2022 seeking views on the operation of social media services in Australia from interested stakeholders. The ACCC invites submissions on the matters outlined in this Issues Paper by 9 September 2022.
Digital platform services inquiry - March 2023 report - Issues paper
Submissions to the issues paper
Association of Heads of Independent Schools Australia
Association for Data Driven Marketing
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian Communications Consumer Action Network
Australian Communications and Media Authority
Australian Association of National Advertisers
Australian Payments Network
Australian Recording Industry Association Limited
Australian Influencer Marketing Council
British Pensions in Australia Co.
Centre for Responsible Technology
Children & Media Australia
Consumer Policy Research Centre
Professor Sora Park & Associate Professor Tanya Notley
Siavosh Sahebi & Paul Formosa
Special Broadcasting Service