Mondaq Australia: Privacy > Data Protection
Jones Day
On March 24, the federal government announced that it will introduce legislation amending the Privacy Act in the second half of 2019.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Implementing best practice data governance will increasingly become a business imperative to ensure it is used ethically.
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.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
The article includes common disclosure issues that claimants should be aware of when lodging a claim for compensation.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
More than twelve months after the commencement of the Australian Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.
Law In Order
The expert review team could process the data in time and ensure there was no unnecessary delay in the transition period.
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.
Law In Order
This article includes potential avenues of investigation that relate to data and evidence obtained from a mobile device.
McCullough Robertson
Major changes to Australian privacy laws could expose APP entities to hefty fines for misuse of personal information.
Law In Order
Investigations are quite complex, so this article explores modern investigations and how forensic expertise may help.
Davies Collison Cave
Key recent developments in the area of Technology, Media and Telecommunications are summarised below.
Holding Redlich
Proposed changes to information regulations will be supported by a code of conduct for social media and online platforms.
Davies Collison Cave
Key recent developments in the area of Technology, Media and Telecommunications are summarised below.
Holding Redlich
The first of three hypothetical scenarios examined as part of the AICD's Governance Summit was a malicious data breach.
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).
Law In Order
Data, collected for whatever purpose, should be protected and treated as potential evidence that could end up in court.
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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).
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
The article includes common disclosure issues that claimants should be aware of when lodging a claim for compensation.
McCullough Robertson
Major changes to Australian privacy laws could expose APP entities to hefty fines for misuse of personal information.
Cooper Grace Ward
Schools should have plans and procedures to respond to data breaches, to help avoid any possible reputational harm.
Madgwicks
These changes to the Privacy Act propose to increase the powers of the OAIC and increase penalties for privacy breaches.
Law In Order
This article includes potential avenues of investigation that relate to data and evidence obtained from a mobile device.
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.
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