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Optimal conditions for effective self- & co‑regulatory arrangements: 2015 edition

Overview

This occasional paper is an update of Optimal conditions for effective self- and co‑regulatory arrangements, first published in June 2010 and updated in September 2011. The paper identifies a number of conditions that underpin the effective operation of self- and co‑regulatory arrangements in which the ACMA has a role.

It builds on earlier editions of the paper by including a greater exploration of non-regulatory approaches that complement the use of traditional regulatory tools. The paper reflects the ACMA’s commitment to growing its use of innovative approaches to communicate, facilitate and adopt better practice strategies, rather than imposing new regulatory obligations. This update reflects how regulatory practice is adapting over time to address the ‘new’ risks and problems arising from internet-enabled technology and service developments, and to respond to current reforms in the Australian government sector.

Release date

June 2015

Report and related material   

 

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Optimal conditions for effective self- and co-regulatory arrangements: April 2015

880 kB

5.5 MB

Optimal conditions for effective self- and co-regulatory arrangements: September 2011

2.2 MB

719 kB

Optimal conditions for effective self- and co-regulatory arrangements: June 2010

1.7 MB

786 kB

 

Last updated: 25 June 2015