Consumer Affairs app inquiry now open to submissions

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The governmental inquiry into apps and mobile commerce is now accepting submissions from the public.

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On 5 November, the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council (CCAAC) announced that it was launching an inquiry into app purchases by Australian consumers. The aim of the inquiry, the CCAAC said, would be to look into consumer trends and experiences when purchasing and using mobile content.

Today, the CCAAC has opened the inquiry to public submissions.

There are three ways that consumers can make a submission: write and upload a submission; make comments on the issues paper; or respond to a survey created for the inquiry.

For more information and instructions, visit the CCAAC website.



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