Mondaq All Regions - New Zealand: Privacy
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.
Chapman Tripp
Privacy, digital identity and digital innovation were key themes at the recent Identity Conference hosted in Wellington.
Chapman Tripp
The report is based on a survey of 478 popular European websites.
Chapman Tripp
The UK Government wants feedback on how businesses collect and use data for commercial purposes.
Chapman Tripp
A US senator has raised concerns about privacy implications of new vehicle technology.
Chapman Tripp
The Privacy Commissioner has received enquiries from the public concerning the privacy implications of smart meters.
Chapman Tripp
As the use of drones and other surveillance tools proliferates, so too do the privacy and other issues surrounding them.
Shelston IP
New Zealand intends to introduce a mandatory data breach reporting law as part of its proposed privacy act reforms.
Chapman Tripp
This ECJ judgment on internet information is interesting but is unlikely to bear on the legal position in New Zealand.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Privacy (Giving Privacy Commissioner Necessary Tools) Amendment Bill that would have given greater powers of control to the New Zealand data protection authority, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (the DPA), has been blocked by a negative vote in New Zealand Parliament.
DLA Piper Australia
The Privacy Act 1993 governs how NZ agencies can collect, use, disclose, store and give access to personal information.
Chapman Tripp
This article provides tips to manage privacy obligations when collecting, storing and distributing personal information.
Chapman Tripp
Law Commission’s updates to Privacy Act 1993 contemplate technical changes and major departures.
James & Wells Intellectual Property
Discusses the importance of IP for business.
Chapman Tripp
Late last year, the Privacy Commissioner (the Commissioner) clipped Google for breaching the Privacy Act 1993 (the Act) through its "Street View" filming in New Zealand. Google acknowledged early on that it had made mistakes and has given a number of undertakings to improve its Privacy Act compliance processes.
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