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81 penalties handed down under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Australian organisations can learn from these cases, because our privacy legislation and GDPR requirements are similar.
Australia
11 Oct 2019
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Mandatory data breach reporting: Employees continue to be a major contributing factor
The lesson to take from statistics about mandatory data breach reporting is that staff are still key to data security.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
3
Talking payroll with Tal Williams
Corporate & Commercial partner Tal Williams recently discussed a range of issues surrounding payroll and data privacy.
Australia
19 Sep 2019
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Are cryptocurrencies considered property for legal purposes?
Recent judgment involving algorithmic trading applies law of contract to cryptocurrencies and defines them as property.
Australia
20 Aug 2019
5
Cyber squatting – How to challenge someone using your name as a domain name
Some domain names are only registered in order to extract money and/or to ruin the reputation of the trademark holder.
Australia
30 May 2019
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Google fined €50 million for breaches of GDPR
France's data protection regulator, CNIL, fined Google 50 million euros (AUD $80 million) for breaches of the EU's GDPR.
France
25 Jan 2019
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Mandatory reporting – the first few months statistics…and the first GDPR movement
Interesting statistics that have emerged since the introduction of the mandatory data breach reporting requirements.
Australia
14 Dec 2018
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[Podcast] E-sigs, fingerprinting and retina scans: The future in legal practice of signing your name
This podcast discusses electronic signatures and their impact on daily legal practice and service delivery for clients.
Australia
14 Dec 2018
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The Essential Eight: What your business must do to protect against cyber crime
The Australian Cyber Security Centre recommends eight mitigation strategies as a baseline defence against cyber crime.
Australia
28 Jul 2018
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GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and what Australian businesses need to know
Australian businesses should understand that the GDPR will have extra territorial application - apply outside the EU.
Australia
2 Jun 2018
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Bitcoin to be subject to registration and reporting regulations
Akin to other countries, Australian Bill regulating activities of digital currency exchange service providers reduces risks.
Australia
13 Dec 2017
12
Site blocking under s115A of the Copyright Act 1968: silver bullet or pop gun?
Article examines s115 Copyright Act 1968 and concludes that there is no silver bullet for online copyright infringements.
Australia
6 Dec 2017
13
What is a mandatory data breach notification?
All affected individuals and the Privacy Commissioner must now be formally notified of any serious data breaches.
Australia
20 Apr 2017
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Update on Online Contracts: How binding is a "click"? How binding is a reference to a set of terms?
Australian courts apply general contract law principles to determine if terms and conditions on the website are binding.
Australia
24 Feb 2017
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Copyright infringement - Downloading music and movies – the first injunction against infringing websites
This decision provides some insights into the wording of the Act, and the obligations imposed on the affected parties.
Australia
19 Jan 2017
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eSignatures on a contract or guarantee: Why you need to be cautious
A company director was not bound by a guarantee which bore his eSignature, but without his knowledge or authority.
Australia
8 Nov 2016
17
Online sales & drip pricing – Adding extras as you proceed to the checkout
The dangers of engaging in drip pricing have never been as evident, as this action against Jetstar and Virgin Australia.
Australia
14 Sep 2016
18
SPAM - It's still happening
Two recent and quite significant penalties were imposed for organisations that failed to comply with the Spam Act.
Australia
6 Sep 2016
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Digital advertising and unconscionable conduct
As new businesses develop and technology advances some principles still remain the same.
Australia
14 Aug 2016
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What is an unfair term in a small business contract? You need to know by November!
Unfair terms that appear in standard form contracts involving small business will be void and cannot be relied upon.
Australia
5 Aug 2016
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