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What children need from the social media inquiry

What children need from the social media inquiry

Prof Elizabeth Handsley FAAL is CMA's President.What children need from the social media inquiry Anybody who has opened a news site in recent weeks will have noticed: children’s online safety is having a moment. The Australian government recently brought forward the...

The Online Safety Act needs to cover more to prevent harm

The Online Safety Act needs to cover more to prevent harm

CMA’s President Elizabeth Handsley and Hon CEO Barbara Biggins argue that ‘The Online Safety Act needs to cover more to prevent harm’ Submissions to the review of the Online Safety Act (OSA) have now closed. CMA has argued that there are a lot more areas that impinge...

What should classification reform look like?

What should classification reform look like?

Barbara Biggins OAM CF, is CMA’s Honorary CEO.What should classification reform look like? Submissions on the federal government’s Consultation Paper:  Modernising Australia’s Classification Scheme - Stage 2 Reforms, closed on May 30. CMA has been pushing for reforms...

A useful start on reform of our classification system?

A useful start on reform of our classification system?

CMA’s Hon CEO, Barbara Biggins, posits ‘A useful start on reform of our classification system?’ The federal government has announced the next stage of the long running (since 2011) review of the National Classification Scheme (NCS), and submissions are called for by...