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This site is designed to provide information about, and engage the community in, the work of the Australian Payments Council (APC). We specifically want to encourage conversation about innovation, trends, desirable characteristics and collaboration in the Australian payments system.
We take a proactive approach to website content moderation. While contributions, commentary and discussions are both welcomed and invited, we will pre-moderate contributions, commentary, discussions and any other content or information that is provided by you before it is published on the website.
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- Comments should be relevant to the subjects of innovation, trends, desirable characteristics, and collaboration in the Australian payments system.
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