After conducting a review in 2021, the ACCC decided that it would allow the Building Block Model Record Keeping Rule – June 2013 to expire on 30 June 2021. This recognised that the BBM RKR is no longer required for the ACCC’s regulatory functions under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
The ACCC invites you to have your say on the ACCC’s decision about whether the Queensland Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water (DRDMW) is a Part 6 operator under the Water Charge Rules 2010 (WCR).
The ACCC is seeking stakeholder views on whether Sunwater is a Part 6 operator under the Water Charge Rules 2010 (WCR).
In May 2020, the ACCC released a consultation paper regarding a proposed updated version of the ACCC’s explanatory material concerning the non-discrimination provisions applicable to NBN Co and other access providers (Proposed Guidance).
The Consumer Data Right (CDR) Trade Mark is intended to be a symbol of trust in the CDR ecosystem. The ACCC encourages all CDR Participants to use the CDR Trade Mark in the consent and authorisation processes offered to consumers.
On 20 April 2021 Telstra provided the ACCC with a letter of notice on its proposal to amend Required Measures 5(A), 5(C) and 5(D) in relation to the disconnection and migration of Telstra’s remaining legacy business services in 2022 under the Migration Plan.
The 2020 ACCC & AER regulatory conference, scheduled to be held on 30–31 July 2021, was cancelled due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Competition and Consumer Act 2010, CDR Rules and Standards impose a range of requirements that data holders, accredited data recipients and intermediaries need to comply with. This guide is designed to assist data holders to understand and comply with their obligations.
On 2 June 2021, the ACCC published its Final Decision to consent to ARTC's 30 March 2021 variation application to vary the Hunter Valley Coal Network Access Undertaking.
On 20 July 2021 the ACCC released final determinations to not grant Viterra exemptions for port terminal services by means of its port terminal facilities at Port Lincoln and Thevenard.