Privately speaking - Issue 3, September 2015
03 November 2015
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Privately speaking is a quarterly publication tracking
relevant developments in privacy legislation, regulations and case
Privacy is a fast developing area of law, both in New Zealand
and internationally, and the risks for organisations from privacy
breaches can be very high. This applies both when the organisation
is the victim – as in industrial espionage – and when
the organisation fails to maintain expected standards of data
integrity and confidentiality.
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