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Holding Redlich
Article discusses new guide to privacy regulatory action & explains what this means for NSW government agencies.
Clyde & Co
To date, there has been a relative shortage of privacy litigation being commenced against companies and government agencies, let alone any successful class action determinations through the Courts.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Digital Platforms Inquiry made some recommendations in relation to privacy issues which are discussed here.
Davies Collison Cave
On 24 June 2019, the Supreme Court of New South Wales ruled that a media company could be liable for defamatory postings on its Facebook page by members of the public: Voller v Nationwide News Pty Ltd
Holding Redlich
Local councils are among the workplaces now utilising biometric scanning technology, with privacy and security concerns.
Holding Redlich
The ACCC acknowledged the impact of Facebook's business operations on privacy, competition and consumer protection.
HBA Legal
The Tribunal is vested with the function of decision-maker & is entitled to summons any information that it deems relevant.
Kells
Recent decision makes it clear that care needs to be taken with how much personal information a business collects & uses.
Clyde & Co
This article is the second instalment in a series of Clyde & Co publications analysing the evolution of New Zealand's privacy landscape.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Recent case regarding biometric data collection in the workplace raises issues & provides guidance for employers.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
Currently, Queensland does not have any specific legislation dealing with recording devices in a body corporate meeting.
Holding Redlich
With new and emerging technology being used in workplaces, employers must take care to have regard to privacy concerns.
Jones Day
On March 24, the federal government announced that it will introduce legislation amending the Privacy Act in the second half of 2019.
Marque Lawyers
Article discusses recent finding that use of mandatory fingerprint technology at work breached the Privacy Act.
Pointon Partners
Implications for employers of the recent Fair Work decision relating to finger scanning and the Privacy Act.
Holding Redlich
Article highlights importance of complying with privacy laws and provides insights from the recent global privacy summit.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
This employee's refusal to comply with the new company policy was not considered to be a valid reason for his dismissal.
Carroll & O'Dea
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
More than twelve months after the commencement of the Australian Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.
Jones Day
This will increase competition between businesses.
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Holding Redlich
Article discusses new guide to privacy regulatory action & explains what this means for NSW government agencies.
Davies Collison Cave
On 24 June 2019, the Supreme Court of New South Wales ruled that a media company could be liable for defamatory postings on its Facebook page by members of the public: Voller v Nationwide News Pty Ltd
Jones Day
This will increase competition between businesses.
Stacks Law Firm
Each situation is of course different, but this article might help to consider if your photograph could breach the law.
Clyde & Co
To date, there has been a relative shortage of privacy litigation being commenced against companies and government agencies, let alone any successful class action determinations through the Courts.
Madgwicks
Article reminds us to check, re-check and check again the intended recipients of an email containing personal information!
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Digital Platforms Inquiry made some recommendations in relation to privacy issues which are discussed here.
Clyde & Co
This article is the second instalment in a series of Clyde & Co publications analysing the evolution of New Zealand's privacy landscape.
Clyde & Co
In the recent decision of Jeremy Lee v Superior Wood Pty Ltd [2018] FWC 4762, an employee was dismissed from his job because he refused to provide his fingerprint to his employer.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
Currently, Queensland does not have any specific legislation dealing with recording devices in a body corporate meeting.
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