The policy voice of the digital industry in Australia

The Digital Policy Group is a special interest group of AIMIA that represents 460 digital players in the Australian digital industry. We represent large and small, local and global players that provide digital content services, applications and platforms.

Our aim is to ensure that the Australian policy and regulatory landscape allows Australians to enjoy the maximum economic, social and cultural benefits from the online world in the years ahead and ensure that they can do this safely, securely and confidently.

Our areas of interest span policy areas that are relevant to the digital industry including cyber-safety, security, content standards, e-commerce, privacy and governance.

Our industry is proud to provide inspiring and compelling content, platforms and applications that deliver significant economic, social and cultural benefits to Australia.

Our industry provides leading edge consumer safety and protection tools and provides support to leading digital not-for-profit organisations including the National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse (NAPCAN), Kids Helpline, Bravehearts, The Alannah and Madeline Foundation including their eSmart Schools Program, Ronald McDonald House, R U OK? , the Reach Foundation, Be Bold Stop Bullying and Young and Well Co-operative Research Centre.

Please emai  Phoebe Reardon: if you could like to keep in touch with the work that the Digital Policy Group is doing.