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Biometric technology in the workplace why unfair dismissal claims are just the (finger) tip of the iceberg
Recent case regarding biometric data collection in the workplace raises issues & provides guidance for employers.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
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Establishing a right to privacy in Australia: What would it look like and how would it work?
This UK case indicates that recognising a tort of privacy in Australia could have potentially troubling consequences.
Australia
13 Aug 2018
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Unmanned & unregulated: where are the privacy protections from drones?
Discussion of regulatory landscape around use of drones for personal, commercial or government pursuits.
Australia
1 Aug 2018
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Could cyber security class actions be on their way to Australia?
More high profile data breaches and attacks globally mean that a cyber security class action is also likely in Australia.
Australia
22 Nov 2017
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Forget Terminator: Cyborgs have rights too (Part One)
This article examines privacy and surveillance issues related to cyborgs and the increase of electronic devices.
Australia
28 May 2017
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Preparing for life with robots: how will they be regulated in Australia?
We need to prepare for a new world where complex and self-learning robots will be commonplace in our daily lives.
Australia
7 Mar 2017
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The Drone Age: not even the sky is the limit for this changing regulatory landscape
The regulatory requirements for the operation of drones in Australia are the subject of a Senate Committee Inquiry.
Australia
27 Feb 2017
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Review of Queensland Privacy and Right to Information legislation
This note summarises key issues and considers how the privacy and right to information laws may evolve in the future.
Australia
19 Jan 2017
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Drone use in Australia: What are the privacy and copyright issues?
Recent advances in technology have meant new opportunities are emerging for the use of drones in a commercial context.
Australia
5 Oct 2016
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Regulation of drones in Australia - A balancing act between safety and privacy and commercial opportunity
CASA is in the process of amending the safety regulations of UAVs, but has indicated the difficulty of privacy issues.
Australia
 
4 Aug 2015
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Is your privacy policy compliant with Australian privacy laws?
The Commissioner's speech served as a timely reminder (warning) of the importance of having a compliant privacy policy.
Australia
26 Nov 2014
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Is your mobile app privacy-friendly?
Mobile apps could gather extensive amounts of personal information about the consumer, so must comply with the APPs.
Australia
23 Oct 2014
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Google fined $1.32 million for breach of privacy: Implications for your privacy compliance program
The case highlights the tension between privacy rights of individuals and the realities of privacy in the digital era.
Australia
29 May 2014
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ALRC'S 'Invasions of privacy' reforms: Protecting privacy at the expense of freedom of expression
The ALRC has again entered the privacy debate, releasing a paper titled Serious Invasions of Privacy in the Digital Era.
Australia
26 May 2014
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‘Invasions of privacy’ reforms: Protecting privacy at the expense of freedom of expression
A proposed privacy law reform could stop the media using public interest as a defence for serious invasions of privacy.
Australia
6 May 2014
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Serious invasions of privacy by the media: ALRC calls for increased media regulator powers
The discussion paper proposes giving the media regulator, ACMA, powers similar to those of the Privacy Commissioner.
Australia
26 Apr 2014
17
Timely guidance from the Privacy Commissioner - APP guidelines released
The final version of the APP guidelines are welcome guidance as to how the Privacy Commissioner will interpret the APPs.
Australia
1 Mar 2014
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Major changes to Australia's Privacy Act: Why they matter for foreign IT suppliers doing business in Australia
Foreign IT suppliers will be required to abide by the Privacy Act in relation to any activities conducted in Australia.
Australia
20 Feb 2014
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Privacy law changes start on 12 March 2014
Australia's major privacy law reforms commence on 12 March 2014.
Australia
 
4 Feb 2014
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Privacy reform is getting serious - mandatory notification proposed for "serious data breach"
The Government has ended months of speculation, introducing the Privacy Amendment (Privacy Alerts) Bill 2013 to Parliament.
Australia
4 Jun 2013
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