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Comply or be prepared to pay: Chinas new Cybersecurity Law
Australian entities might need to comply with cybersecurity laws of trading partners including China.
Australia
13 Dec 2017
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Referrer beware: proceed with caution when contemplating Refer a Friend promotions
Businesses with "refer a friend" marketing campaigns should ensure that the friends actually consent to being contacted.
Australia
14 May 2017
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Playing by the rules: the law of social media competitions and promotions
Online competitions or promotions could inadvertently expose businesses to financial penalties and reputational damage.
Australia
2 May 2017
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Abandoned online shopping carts – how to exploit them without breaching the law
The Privacy Act, the Spam Act, and codes all affect your use of details from online shoppers who do not complete a sale.
Australia
2 Apr 2017
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Secret video of employee behaviour can't be used to discipline him, says Federal Court
If the employee doesn't know he is being recorded, the employer probably can't use the recording to discipline him.
Australia
10 Nov 2016
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A statutory cause of action for serious invasions of privacy: on the way for New South Wales?
A statutory cause of action for serious invasions of privacy could be enacted in NSW if the recommendations are accepted.
Australia
22 Mar 2016
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New privacy management framework to help business and government create culture of privacy
New privacy management framework sets out the Privacy Commissioner's expectations of businesses and public sector agencies.
Australia
17 May 2015
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Metadata can be personal information under privacy laws, says Privacy Commissioner
More types of data could be considered "personal information" than businesses previously thought.
Australia
17 May 2015
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CU LAB: Privacy laws: what can organisations do better?
Complying with privacy laws when managing personal information is tough, but it can be done.
Australia
22 Mar 2015
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CU LAB: Breach of confidence: another way to sue for invasion of privacy?
Courts are developing another way for people to sue for invasion of privacy - by suing for breach of confidence.
Australia
12 Mar 2015
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Is invasion of privacy actionable? The rise of breach of confidence
Breach of confidence is a remedy individuals can use to protect personal information to recover substantial compensation.
Australia
11 Mar 2015
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The prospect of a tort for invasion of privacy arises again
The ALRC has made another recommendation that the Commonwealth create a right to sue for a serious invasion of privacy.
Australia
22 Sep 2014
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A new privacy and data protection law for Victoria
Victorian public sector bodies will need to review their data systems and security.
Australia
7 Sep 2014
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iSpy with my little eye - something ending with misconduct
Employers should review their policies and practices so that covert recording of conversations is appropriately managed.
Australia
26 Nov 2013
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Mandatory reporting for privacy breaches: Bill tabled in Parliament
The Federal Government has tabled amendments to the Privacy Act to introduce the mandatory reporting of privacy breaches.
Australia
4 Jun 2013
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NSW Council's CCTV surveillance found to breach the Information Privacy Principles - does yours?
There are broadly similar public sector privacy laws applying to local government in other States and Territories.
Australia
11 May 2013
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Information Security Guidelines released to mark start of Privacy Week 2013
The Information Security Guide provides guidance to public and private sector entities to protect personal information.
Australia
4 May 2013
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Invasion of privacy? There's an app for that
Developers should take note of the privacy guidelines at all stages of the design and offering of mobile phone apps.
Australia
26 Apr 2013
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Code Red: Less than 30 days to comment on draft Credit Reporting Code of Conduct
A draft Credit Reporting Code of Conduct was recently released for public consultation, with comments due by 5 May 2013.
Australia
12 Apr 2013
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Privacy law reforms: changes on the way for direct marketers
Direct marketers must comply with a privacy principle to regulate the use of personal information for direct marketing.
Australia
19 Aug 2012
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