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FWC gives the finger to employer use of biometric tech
Article discusses recent finding that use of mandatory fingerprint technology at work breached the Privacy Act.
Australia
21 May 2019
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This is how you comply with the GDPR
Advice regarding the new EU privacy laws which apply to all businesses that offer goods or services to people in the EU.
Australia
6 Jun 2018
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How Cambridge Analytica breached all the privacy laws
Organisation that conducted seemingly innocent personality test on Face Book breached all the privacy laws.
Australia
27 Mar 2018
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Creep highlights grey area in drone law
It's not okay to record someone in their home, but legal protection from this type of behaviour is not straightforward.
Australia
17 Nov 2017
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Is Bernard Keane going to jail for telling you to boycott the census?
Nobody's going to prison - you may be fined for not filling out a census form or including misleading statements in it.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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If you think ‘hashing' isn't a breach of the Privacy Act you've been smoking too much
Those types of personal disclosure may still be permitted under the Privacy Act as long as your house is in order.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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The trouble with privacy injunctions
A privacy injunction has effect in a jurisdiction in which it is issued, so the internet may need a global jurisdiction.
Australia
9 Jun 2016
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So your business Twitter feed got hacked
You should have a crisis plan if you have a big social media presence and your corporate social media account is hacked.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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How the Privacy Act affects the extra-marital affair you've been having
The Ashley Madison website is in deep trouble after its data was apparently hacked and all of its members exposed online.
Australia
28 Aug 2015
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Barry Spurr v New Matilda: the right to privacy v the public’s right to know
All this fuss about Barry Spurr's emails raises some seriously interesting legal questions about personal information.
Australia
28 Oct 2014
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Privacy Commissioner bares his fangs – and they're pointy
We discuss a recent matter heard by the Privacy Commissioner.
Australia
14 Sep 2014
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Celebrity Nude Pics Shocker: suing for invasion of privacy in the digital age
The ALRC Report into Serious Invasions of Privacy in the Digital Era shows support for celebrities affected by hacking.
Australia
4 Sep 2014
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The FBI has not been here...yet! - implications for Australian privacy law
Apple released its first-ever report of requests from government agencies worldwide for customer personal information.
Australia
15 Nov 2013
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Your new Privacy Policy – what needs to go in it
Privacy policy requirements have changed, and all policies must be reviewed and updated to comply before 12 March 2014.
Australia
20 Sep 2013
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The five most exciting changes to the Privacy Act
Here are our five favourite upcoming changes to the Privacy Act.
Australia
27 May 2013
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What's a super-injunction?
A super-injunction is an order that certain information can't be published but also the order itself can't be mentioned.
Australia
22 Oct 2011
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Keep your panties on
If there’s one thing we can learn from the recent string of celebrity nude photo scandals, it’s that many Australians struggle with privacy online. Rather than just telling Nick Reiwoldtto keep his panties on, the Senate’s Environment and Communications References Committee has been investigating and come up with some recommendations.
Australia
27 Apr 2011
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