The Australian Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry hearings exposed systematic fraud and misconduct by banks and insurance companies. Robodebt was a Commonwealth scheme that matched income data from the Australian Tax Office with income reported to Centrelink by welfare recipients to be able to recover monies (supposedly) owed to the Commonwealth by ‘averaging incomes’ via algorithms technologies.
Research and discuss how the Royal Commissions findings are difference yet similar to Robodebt in terms of: i. The apparent “lack of respect for the rule of law” ii. the ‘purposive approach’ to the interpretation of statutes
Ensure you refer to: (a) Appropriate court cases and/or journal articles (b) Commonwealth Acts Interpretation Act 1901 (Cthm). (c) Australian Consumer Law Act 2010 (ACL).
Please refer the royal commission final interim report.The essay should be at least 1000 words.