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Gilchrist Connell
The Treasury plans to improve consumer protection and rights under, and increase penalties for breaches of, privacy laws.
Clyde & Co
'Don't be left in the dark' was the theme for Privacy Awareness Week 2019 in Australia. What is your organisation doing in 2020 to ensure you're not left high and dry when the lights go out?
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Recent case stimulated the regulator to send warnings to all technology users to be vigilant in updating their privacy settings.
Stacks Law Firm
This animal rights activists posted online maps of factory farms, slaughterhouses and "animal exploitation" facilities.
Stacks Law Firm
A number of reader questions seemed to be about photography and videos, but the underlying concern was really privacy.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 12 December 2019, the Australian Government announced its response to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission's (ACCC) ...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
No warrant or court order is needed for the Department of Human Services to release private medical information to police.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Claimants in Australia face a number of challenges to successfully bringing a privacy class action, including the absence of a clear cause of action and difficulties in quantifying loss.
McCullough Robertson
Entities can collect, use and disclose personal information for purposes that directly relate to the bushfire emergency.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
It is now time for companies to start looking closely at their cookie usage, consent and related internal policies.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
This first privacy class action was led by former NSW Ambulance Service employee Ms Evans on behalf of 108 participants
Holding Redlich
Article discusses the future of privacy regulations including securing better data protection outcomes for all Australians.
Law In Order
Article addresses what you may need to evaluate to see if you are ready to be reactive or proactive in your data security approach.
Dentons
On 1 October 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the chief judicial authority of the European Union) ruled that websites must allow users to actively choose to allow cookies
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
FIRB is increasing its focus on investment proposals that give foreign acquirers access to personal data of Australian citizens.
Gilchrist Connell
APRA-regulated entities are now seeking to impose these CPS 234 obligations on third parties across their supply chain.
Marque Lawyers
The ACCC is suing Google for misleading conduct and false or misleading representations regarding personal information.
Pointon Partners
Health service providers and holders of health information need to be aware of their obligations under the Privacy Act.
Clyde & Co
Over the past few weeks, we have identified a number of organisations and government agencies impacted by a new generation of a previously seen banking trojan malware: called Emotet.
Holding Redlich
Last in 4 part series on Privacy Governance Report. Article answers why prospect of enforcement is down if data breaches are up.
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