Mondaq Australia: Privacy > Privacy Protection
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.
Carroll & O'Dea
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
More than twelve months after the commencement of the Australian Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.
Jones Day
This will increase competition between businesses.
Stacks Law Firm
Each situation is of course different, but this article might help to consider if your photograph could breach the law.
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).
Davies Collison Cave
Key recent developments in the area of Technology, Media and Telecommunications are summarised below.
Holding Redlich
We need to take privacy & data issues seriously, particularly given the changes to laws in this area (eg. NDB scheme).
Madgwicks
Article reminds us to check, re-check and check again the intended recipients of an email containing personal information!
Clyde & Co
In the recent decision of Jeremy Lee v Superior Wood Pty Ltd [2018] FWC 4762, an employee was dismissed from his job because he refused to provide his fingerprint to his employer.
Holding Redlich
Article explains how new APRA standard broadens obligations of APRA related entities beyond other cybersecurity obligations.
BakerHostetler
Last week, Australia's parliament passed a controversial act that will enable law enforcement and intelligence agencies to compel access to encrypted communications.
Cooper Grace Ward
Article recommends that you seek legal advice before recording a conversation or exhibiting any recordings to affidavit material.
Dentons
With Amazon's entry into the Australian market - the global internet retailer which has already paved the way for drone deliveries in the USA to deliver its retail goods.
Jones Day
On July 31, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner published its second quarterly report on data breach notifications ...
DWF (Australia)
My Health Record system is under inquiry for items such as expected benefits, opt-out, system roll out, privacy issues etc .
Dentons
How much should organisations pay for their data service providers to be ‘GDPR compliant'? It seems that data processing vendors are passing on their costs of compliance to customers ...
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This UK case indicates that recognising a tort of privacy in Australia could have potentially troubling consequences.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Discussion of regulatory landscape around use of drones for personal, commercial or government pursuits.
Holding Redlich
The NSW Court of Appeal has refused to set aside a subpoena requesting the disclosure of certain telephone recordings.
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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.
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.
Carroll & O'Dea
It could be timely for all employers to review the 13 Australian Privacy Principles and apply them to their business.
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).
Clyde & Co
In the recent decision of Jeremy Lee v Superior Wood Pty Ltd [2018] FWC 4762, an employee was dismissed from his job because he refused to provide his fingerprint to his employer.
Davies Collison Cave
Key recent developments in the area of Technology, Media and Telecommunications are summarised below.
Madgwicks
Article reminds us to check, re-check and check again the intended recipients of an email containing personal information!
BakerHostetler
Last week, Australia's parliament passed a controversial act that will enable law enforcement and intelligence agencies to compel access to encrypted communications.
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