The ACMA's enforceable undertakings
The ACMA may accept an enforceable undertaking under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, Telecommunications Act 1997, Spam Act 2003 and Radiocommunications Act 1992. This page contains the undertakings that the ACMA has accepted and published under these Acts (see below).
See also the ACMA's Regulatory guide No. 1 - Enforceable undertakings.
Undertakings the ACMA has accepted
Spam Act 2003
Broadcasting Services Act 1992
This note confirms that on 29 September 2015 the Australian Communications and Media Authority consented to a variation to the enforceable undertaking given by Macquarie Radio Network Limited and Fairfax Media Limited on 28 January 2015. The variation relates to an extension of the divestiture period which is detailed in the confidential provisions of the undertaking.
Telecommunications Act 1997
- Lycamobile Pty Ltd September 2013
- Service Stream Solutions Pty Ltd December 2012
- Lee Berenger (trading as Sydney Leisure Guide) October 2012
This note confirms that on 10 January 2014, the Australian Communications and Media Authority confirmed a variation to the Lee Berenger (trading as Sydney Leisure Guide) enforceable undertaking accepted on 28 September 2012.
Pursuant to section 572B(3) of the Telecommunications Act 1997, the variation replaces clause 3.1(a) of the undertaking with: "Should he recommence trade as a sole trader, Lee Berenger undertakes to notify the ACMA of this fact immediately, and to complete the Association for Data-Driven Marketing and Advertising ‘Privacy and Marketing Compliance’ online course at the first available opportunity. Lee Berenger undertakes to provide the ACMA, within 14 days of completion, a letter signed by the course co-ordinator confirming his completion of the course."
Last updated: 19 July 2017