Consumer data right
The Government has decided to establish a consumer data right in New Zealand to give individuals and businesses greater choice and control over their data. We recently consulted on the draft law that will be used to enable this, and we are considering public feedback.
In this section
Read an overview of what the draft law will and will not allow. This information helps explain why the draft law has been introduced and what benefits we can expect because of it.
Read an overview of the core principles underpinning the consumer data right. This information addresses frequently asked questions and clarifies some misconceptions.
Access important documents relevant to the consumer data right, including the draft law, discussion documents, cabinet papers, and more.
Discussion document Unlocking value from our customer data
Please email us if you:
- have feedback or queries about the draft Customer and Product Data Bill.
- would like to be added to our mailing list to receive updates on the Bill.