Big Data and the GDPR: Impacts for the property industry
Creating and using big data creates big risks – from hackers, uninformed users, technology failures and regulatory breaches.
This project will consider the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on the non-EU based members of multi-national property firms in their dealings with such data. The project will involve doctrinal and qualitative research focussing on the impacts within Australia and (in anticipation of Brexit) the UK, which will be transferable to other jurisdictions.
New Approaches to Blockchain, Governance and Digital Communities for Smart Trade Hub
This project focuses on developing the soft and hard digital infrastructure to support the growth of smart trade. The focus of the project is the development of the infrastructure in a cross-border trading context with the China market as the principal counter-party.
Associate Professor Felicity Deane
Associate Professor, Faculty of Business & Law
Lecturer, Faculty of Business & Law
Assurance and Accreditation of Autonomy in Transport
This project focuses on the pathways for accreditation and assurance for automation in land, maritime and air domains. The project is multifaceted considering the existing regulatory and assurance processes, examining the opportunities for automation of these processes and the consideration of how to future proof assurance and accreditation processes anticipating widespread adoption of automation in transport.
Transport Justice for First Nation Communities
This project focuses on the intersection of transport technology and law and the Australian settler state. Working with First Nation communities and First Nation researchers, this project is concerned with understanding the complex causes of first nation transport injustice and develop practical, sustainable change orientated solutions.
- Kieran Tranter
- Gina Masterton
- Teresa Senserrick
- Mark Brady