Mondaq Asia Pacific - New Zealand: Privacy
Duncan Cotterill
Every business that collects personal information should examine the new privacy legislation before it comes into force.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article provides key questions for companies to address in their Privacy Policies in order to comply with new laws.
Chapman Tripp
The Select Committee has recommended only modest changes to the Privacy Bill now, so further reform may be needed later.
Duncan Cotterill
Having considered submissions on the Bill, the Justice Select Committee has recommended that the Privacy Bill be passed.
Duncan Cotterill
The update includes international GDPR enforcement and Microsoft calls for the regulation of facial recognition software.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Privacy breaches must now be reported as soon as possible to the NZ Privacy Commissioner and to any affected individuals.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Customs and Excise Act 2018 permits a customs officer to require you to provide access to your electronic device.
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses the rights of governments to access securely held personal information of your customers.
Chapman Tripp
Directors have the right to privacy over their home address within the proposed Director Identification Number regime.
Chapman Tripp
In NSW, whether a recorded conversation is personal information depends on what is said about the relevant individual.
Duncan Cotterill
The Government has introduced a new Privacy Bill to replace the existing act with one more suited to our digital world.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The GDPR imposes new obligations on any companies, big or small, which could handle personal data of EU citizens.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article discusses privacy issues, scandals and reforms in NZ and elsewhere for example, Europe. .
Duncan Cotterill
Article explains the new European General Data Protection Regulation, what it means for you and provides you with some tips.
Duncan Cotterill
The Government has introduced a new Bill to replace the existing Privacy Act with one more suited to our digital world.
Duncan Cotterill
The employer should not disclose the reasons for dismissal of an employee and should decline to comment if asked. .
Duncan Cotterill
A new Privacy Bill introduces some small but notable changes to the privacy regulatory framework in New Zealand.
Chapman Tripp
The changes will align more closely with comparable regimes but do not go as far as the Privacy Commissioner would like.
Chapman Tripp
Privately speaking is a quarterly publication tracking developments in privacy legislation, regulations and case law.
Duncan Cotterill
As more information is kept, used and shared electronically, the risk of it ending up in the wrong hands is increased.
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Duncan Cotterill
Every business that collects personal information should examine the new privacy legislation before it comes into force.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Privacy breaches must now be reported as soon as possible to the NZ Privacy Commissioner and to any affected individuals.
Duncan Cotterill
The Government has introduced a new Bill to replace the existing Privacy Act with one more suited to our digital world.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article provides key questions for companies to address in their Privacy Policies in order to comply with new laws.
Chapman Tripp
The Select Committee has recommended only modest changes to the Privacy Bill now, so further reform may be needed later.
Duncan Cotterill
Having considered submissions on the Bill, the Justice Select Committee has recommended that the Privacy Bill be passed.
Duncan Cotterill
The Government has introduced a new Privacy Bill to replace the existing act with one more suited to our digital world.
Duncan Cotterill
The update includes international GDPR enforcement and Microsoft calls for the regulation of facial recognition software.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article discusses privacy issues, scandals and reforms in NZ and elsewhere for example, Europe. .
Duncan Cotterill
A new Privacy Bill introduces some small but notable changes to the privacy regulatory framework in New Zealand.
Duncan Cotterill
Article discusses the rights of governments to access securely held personal information of your customers.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The Customs and Excise Act 2018 permits a customs officer to require you to provide access to your electronic device.
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