Mondaq Australia: Privacy
Kott Gunning
This cyber threat register aims to help businesses stay informed about data breaches and cyber incidents in 2018.
Jones Day
On April 11, 2018, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner published its first quarterly report on data breach notifications received pursuant to the Privacy Amendment...
Bartier Perry
ICANN has adopted an interim model to assist domain name registries and registrars with complying with the GDPR.
Clyde & Co
While the GDPR and the Australian Privacy Act 1988 (the Privacy Act) share a number of common features, the GDPR contains heightened compliance obligations, enhanced consumer rights...
Clyde & Co
While the forensic investigation by PageUp is ongoing, PageUp has stated publicly that it believes personal data relating to its clients, placement agencies, applicants ...
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Recent changes to privacy laws present serious challenges for businesses, especially those operating on a global scale.
Pointon Partners
Australian businesses, individuals, public authorities, agencies and other bodies may also need to comply with the GDPR.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Loyalty programs are a rich source of personal information for retailers, but a security breach will quickly erode trust.
Gilchrist Connell
Data protection laws that go beyond Australian privacy laws and which are applicable to some Australian companies discussed here.
Swaab Attorneys
If you comply with the Australian privacy laws and principles, you would comply with many of the GDPR requirements.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Obligations to report data breaches are more stringent &non-reporting of these breaches may result in huge fines being imposed.
Davies Collison Cave
The European Union General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") came into effect on 25 May 2018.
Cooper Grace Ward
The territorial scope of the new EU data protection laws has expanded and could now include some Australian businesses.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Australian organisations should take steps to determine whether their businesses are required to comply with the GDPR.
Barraket Stanton
The GDPR contains greater rights for EU individuals, and Australian companies should be aware of these new obligations.
Marque Lawyers
Advice regarding the new EU privacy laws which apply to all businesses that offer goods or services to people in the EU.
Holman Webb
Australian businesses should understand that the GDPR will have extra territorial application - apply outside the EU.
HBA Legal
The GDPR is focused on activities in the EU, but it is drafted very broadly and can impact organisations in Australia.
Thynne & Macartney
Article explains the new notifiable breaches scheme, to whom it applies, what is required in the event of a breach etc.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
If your business uses or collects data of customers, clients or user who reside in the European Union, open this article.
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