Tag: automated decision-making

Automated Processes and Administrative Law: The Case of Pintarich

BY ANNA HUGGINS

The recent Full Federal Court decision in Pintarich v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (‘Pintarich’) raises questions about the extent to which traditional administrative law doctrines are still fit for purpose in the digital age. In … Read the rest

Administrative law and Centrelink’s “robodebt” system

BY MATTHEW BUTT

Centrelink’s new online system to streamline the identification and recovery of overpayments detected through data-matching became fully operational in July last year. It automatically sends a letter to current or former social security recipients in cases where … Read the rest

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