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What do your sponsored ads say about you?
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
Australia
17 May 2019
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Introduction of the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme
The Scheme applies to agencies and organisations with personal information security obligations under the Privacy Act.
Australia
19 Apr 2018
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The Children Legislation Amendment (Information Sharing) Bill 2017 (VIC)
Bill proposes new provisionsthat will establish a child wellbeing and safety information-sharing scheme in Victoria.
Australia
13 Mar 2018
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New Australian mandatory data breach laws
Companies must now notify individuals and the Government of data breaches that cause personal information to be compromised.
Australia
20 Feb 2018
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The danger of data: How data breaches can cost retailers
Retailers should be alert to these new reporting requirements and also the broad scope of information that is covered.
Australia
2 Nov 2017
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Between Heaven mode and Hell: Uber use of big data puts users in a purgatory of certainty around privacy issues
Passengers should think about where they are handing over their personal information, and what the ramifications may be.
Australia
21 Oct 2017
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Privacy settings on social media not so private for employees?
Be aware that personal information provided or posted on social media is not automatically protected by privacy laws.
Australia
14 Jun 2017
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Senders, sharers, likers and tweeters beware – the civil implications of the crime of revenge porn
Revenge porn has the potential to cause significant embarrassment, psychological distress or psychological injury.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Serious drafting for serious breaches: Commonwealth government releases exposure draft of a bill to amend the Privacy Act
The exposure draft addresses the cyber risks around online database storage of personal information in electronic form.
Australia
28 Mar 2016
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Financial compensation for revenge porn and breach of confidence (and poor taste)
Victims of revenge porn may have a means of obtaining financial redress for the humiliation and distress they experience.
Australia
22 Feb 2016
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To retain or not to retain personal information? That is the question
It's unclear what "needed" means, so it is difficult to determine how long personal information should be retained.
Australia
20 Dec 2015
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The New Metadata Retention Laws – will your privacy be retained?
This article discusses some important developments regarding the likely interaction between the DRA and the Privacy Act.
Australia
9 Nov 2015
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The New Metadata Retention Laws start today (13/10/15) – Is your organisation affected? Is your organisation prepared?
It's important to consider how your business or organisation might be affected and what you might need to do to prepare.
Australia
1 Nov 2015
14
Sex, corruption and Microsoft Office
Emails, attachments and spreadsheets are included in the modern legal workplace, and can create a lot of controversy.
Australia
9 Sep 2015
15
The new metadata retention laws – what does it mean for you?
The article is a breakdown of privacy, storage and other issues raised by these controversial metadata retention laws.
Australia
4 Aug 2015
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Cupid hacked - privacy breached
A report into allegations of hacking of personal information of users of the Cupid dating web site, has been completed.
Australia
21 Oct 2014
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Privacy law reform: Australian Privacy Principles (APPs)
The APPs are 13 principles which aim to address the collection, use, disclosure and security of personal information.
Australia
5 Jun 2014
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Photographs on the internet: a rundown of privacy implications
The first rule to remember is that under copyright law, the person who takes the photograph will usually own it.
Australia
16 Jul 2013
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