The legal dimensions of digital agriculture in Australia: An examination of the current and future state of data rules dealing with ownership, access, privacy and trust
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Currently, the legal and regulatory frameworks around agricultural data are piecemeal, fragmented and ad hoc. The aim of this part of the P2D project is twofold: first, to outline the current state of data rules dealing with data ownership, access, use, liability and licensing in Australian agriculture; and second, to recommend an effective, efficient and ethical data governance framework for Australian agriculture. This Report has four parts: 1. Introduction, 2. Data ownership, control and access, 3. Data privacy, safety and security, and 4. Data: trust, transparency and certification. In this Executive Summary, we provide our key findings on the current state of agricultural data governance and present recommendations to ensure that the legal and regulatory framework for Australian agriculture is digital and data ready.
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