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The Optus data breach is now being investigated by the Australian Federal Police.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
An invasion of privacy or stalking? Where does one draw the line? Voyeurism laws discussed. Includes example.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 17 August 2022, the Australian Government announced that Australia joined the Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules (Global CBPR) Forum...
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Consumers are increasingly demanding greater transparency around how their data is collected and used.
Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Discussion about identity theft & statistics in each of the states & in Australia as a whole.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
What are recording devices? When is it lawful to use them? Can you record someone without their consent?
Holding Redlich
Entities can prepare for the new privacy laws by becoming familiar with changes proposed in the Consultation Paper.
McCullough Robertson
Recent decision clarifies when Information is Health Information, rather than Personal Information, for the purpose of NSW privacy law.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Some large retailers are possibly in breach of privacy laws after collecting Faceprints of customers.
Stacks Law Firm
The commercial use of facial recognition technology has caused concern among privacy advocates.
Carroll & O'Dea
Facial recognition technology, concerns about it & the limitations of existing protections.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
There are statutory provisions which govern the collection, use and disclosure of private information in NSW.
Kennedys
Employers must be aware of their obligation to protect and later delete their employees' proof of vaccination records.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
If the privacy breach falls under NSW or Commonwealth laws, there are statutory remedies available.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
The Australian Privacy Foundation has been asked by the NSW Attorney-General's Department to review the PPIP Act.
Carroll & O'Dea
Organisations should carefully consider what data is collected and, if it's not used, whether it is best to let it go.
Kennedys
Medical practitioners must ensure they have obtained the relevant consents to access health records. Recent example.
Davies Collison Cave
Federal Court rejects jurisdictional submission by Google.
Kennedys
Discusses the current state of privacy law. What would a tort of privacy look like? Implications for medical practitioners.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Peggy Chow (Of Counsel, Singapore) and Kaman Tsoi (Special Counsel, Melbourne) discuss the latest regulatory trends and future directions including the use of third party...
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