Mondaq Australia: Privacy
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This proposed Data Sharing and Release Bill is expected to authorise the sharing by the government of data holdings.
Holding Redlich
Article mentions that both the PAW and IAM themes are consistent with the NSW approach to use of open data.
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.
Madgwicks
This whitepaper explores the effect that the Google GDPR decision will have on data protection for Australian companies.
Madgwicks
These changes to the Privacy Act propose to increase the powers of the OAIC and increase penalties for privacy breaches.
Cooper Grace Ward
Schools should have plans and procedures to respond to data breaches, to help avoid any possible reputational harm.
Carroll & O'Dea
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
Jones Day
This will increase competition between businesses.
Jones Day
On 22 February 2018, the OAIC marked the one-year anniversary of the enactment of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth), which introduced Part IIIC to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act).
Marque Lawyers
If you offer goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, people in the EU, the GDPR laws could apply to you.
McCullough Robertson
Major changes to Australian privacy laws could expose APP entities to hefty fines for misuse of personal information.
Clyde & Co
Attorney-General The Hon Christian Porter MP has announced the government's intention to introduce a raft of tougher penalties under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act).
Holding Redlich
Proposed changes to information regulations will be supported by a code of conduct for social media and online platforms.
Holding Redlich
We need to take privacy & data issues seriously, particularly given the changes to laws in this area (eg. NDB scheme).
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision was taken under rules on abuse of a dominant position (misuse of market power prohibitions in Australia).
Madgwicks
Article reminds us to check, re-check and check again the intended recipients of an email containing personal information!
Holding Redlich
Article explains how new APRA standard broadens obligations of APRA related entities beyond other cybersecurity obligations.
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Gilchrist Connell
This UK case is useful for insurers and underwriters in the renewal or issue of insurance policies covering cyber risks.
Jones Day
On 22 February 2018, the OAIC marked the one-year anniversary of the enactment of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth), which introduced Part IIIC to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act).
Stacks Law Firm
Each situation is of course different, but this article might help to consider if your photograph could breach the law.
Jones Day
This will increase competition between businesses.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
More than twelve months after the commencement of the Australian Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.
Madgwicks
This whitepaper explores the effect that the Google GDPR decision will have on data protection for Australian companies.
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.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
The article includes common disclosure issues that claimants should be aware of when lodging a claim for compensation.
Carroll & O'Dea
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
McCullough Robertson
Major changes to Australian privacy laws could expose APP entities to hefty fines for misuse of personal information.
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