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NRF Microcertificate in disruptive technologies
This disruptive technologies course is a thorough explanation of the major disruptive technologies impacting the world.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
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Is the ASX becoming the new NASDAQ? How growth-stage tech companies are finding a warm welcome down under
The ASX is now being used by tech companies for a future dual listing on other exchanges or as a long-term listing venue.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
3
Intellectual property in the boardroom: risks and opportunities
The board has an integral role to play in ensuring that the company manages and protects its intangible assets like IP.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
4
NSW Government new cloud contracting framework
Cloud-based services is the on-demand delivery of ICT services over a network from a shared pool of computing resources.
Australia
23 Sep 2019
5
AI in the boardroom: could robots soon be running companies?
Responsibility for corporate decisions must continue to rest with a tangible being who is answerable to shareholders.
Australia
23 Sep 2019
6
Keyboard warriors beware – will your anonymity protect you?
The issue of free speech in Australia is likely to see a resurgence again in the highly publicised case of Israel Folau.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
7
Space: The new legal frontier
A recent United States case triggered discussion about how a crime allegedly committed in space might be dealt with.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
8
The rising tide of cyber risk and the cost of privacy breaches
Ensuring employees follow IT security procedures and providing comprehensive training will help to reduce cyber risks.
Australia
9 Sep 2019
9
Inside track: Local Government: Biometric scanning in the local government workplace
Local councils are among the workplaces now utilising biometric scanning technology, with privacy and security concerns.
Australia
16 Aug 2019
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Biometric scanning in the workplace: Can employees refuse consent?
Employers will need a fully-compliant privacy policy, with proper notice to employees and genuine consent from them.
Australia
16 Aug 2019
11
Wearable technology in sport
Interesting article discussing biometric tracking data, how it is collected, who owns it, how it can be used etc
Australia
13 Aug 2019
12
Are you being watched? How smart gadgets can spy on us
Any device connecting to the internet to listen or see is a potential spying device, allowing strangers into your home.
Australia
29 Jun 2019
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Privacy breaches in the workplace: Why employers need to think twice before diving into the latest technology
This case examines whether the collection of biometric data in an employment context can meet Privacy Act requirements.
Australia
24 Jun 2019
14
Biometric technology in the workplace why unfair dismissal claims are just the (finger) tip of the iceberg
Recent case regarding biometric data collection in the workplace raises issues & provides guidance for employers.
Australia
11 Jun 2019
15
Making light work for a small legal team with too many documents and a tight deadline
A Managed Document Review team could assist to accurately review the documents in time for the disclosure deadline.
Australia
10 Jun 2019
16
Why the future of the legal system is eHearings
eHearings can reduce costs, increase efficiency and give everyone more time to focus on the content of the case.
Australia
10 Jun 2019
17
NSW Government Bulletin - Cyber Security NSW
'Cyber Security NSW' was established within the Department of Customer Service to enhance data security in government.
Australia
30 May 2019
18
Is your business ready to adopt Artificial Intelligence?
As Artificial Intelligence regulation develops, businesses must address legal and ethical considerations in AI contracts.
Australia
29 May 2019
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How are AI regulatory developments in the EU and US influencing AI policy-making in Australia?
The Australian draft framework for AI development has been influenced by the approach in key overseas jurisdictions.
Australia
24 May 2019
20
Loose metadata sinks ships
In a recent UK case, the metadata of a photo proved to be a vital piece of evidence in shaping the outcome of the case.
Australia
23 May 2019
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