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Privacy - it is the business of everyone
If you comply with the Australian privacy laws and principles, you would comply with many of the GDPR requirements.
Australia
15 Jun 2018
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Workplace surveillance in NSW: Having a computer surveillance policy is a mandatory requirement
As well as an appropriate policy, any employees must be given at least 14 days' written notice of computer surveillance.
Australia
18 Sep 2017
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Will illegal downloaders be forced to pay their dues and join the club?
The decision paves the way for intellectual property rights holders to identify online infringers and to enforce rights.
Australia
22 Apr 2015
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New ALRC privacy tort and the celebrity photo hacking scandal
The ALRC has released its report on its inquiry into the prevention of serious invasions of privacy in the digital era.
Australia
21 Sep 2014
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No 'set and forget' for privacy compliance
The article looks at a Telstra privacy breach and the need for an ongoing review and monitoring of compliance measures.
Australia
16 May 2014
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Protecting business IP and data assets - social media at work
Social media tools like LinkedIn can facilitate the portability of customer information from one employer to the next.
Australia
21 Nov 2013
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Swaab Update: Staff mobility and data protection
With many staff working remotely, the survey considered protection of privacy, confidentiality and information security.
Australia
21 Sep 2013
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Swaab survey: Staff mobility and data protection
This survey aims to show the impact of mobility in the workplace and how that can potentially put company data at risk.
Australia
30 Jul 2013
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Data protection changes: are you ready?
Changes to your external facing privacy policy may be minimal, but review the internal protocols of privacy protection.
Australia
 
24 Jul 2013
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2013 Intellectual Property and Technology Outlook
The role of IP is now recognised as critical in promoting innovation and maintaining competitive edge for businesseses.
Australia
26 Mar 2013
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First Round of Amendments to the Privacy Act Introduced into Parliament
This is the first stage of the Government response to ALRC recommendations on changes to privacy law and practice.
Australia
20 Jun 2012
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Proposed changes to credit reporting
The proposed changes aim to give consumers increased power to access and correct credit information reported about them.
Australia
20 May 2012
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Really unlucky in love - Dating website scams
New ACCC voluntary best practice guidelines aim to protect consumers of online dating sites from online scammers.
Australia
18 Mar 2012
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Federal Court sets serious consequences for multiple breaches of Do Not Call Register
Substantial fines have been issued to companies who do not adhere to the Do Not Call Register.
Australia
15 Jul 2011
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Senate Committee report: The adequacy of protections for the privacy of Australians online
A Senate Committee report has made nine recommendations for changes to Australia's privacy regime. If implemented, three of these will lead to significant changes to Australia's privacy laws, affecting all businesses. These are the change to the small business exemption, the ability of web users to opt out of online behavioural tracking and the creation of a cause of action for serious invasions of privacy.
Australia
15 May 2011
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Film and TV studios appeal to High Court in iiNet copyright case
The consortium of film and television companies has gone to the High Court to appeal the decision that iiNet did not authorise copyright infringement via its internet service.
Australia
21 Apr 2011
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Computer Security And Confidentiality - Precautions To Take On Separation Or Divorce
Anyone who is separating or has separated from their partner needs to take immediate steps to ensure the security of their computer and other digital devices.
Australia
19 Aug 2010
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SPAM A LOT - SMS Marketing, SPAM And Recent ACMA Activity
Many businesses are using SMS to send regular communications to their customers, including account balance updates, appointment reminders and alerts about new products or services. However, while businesses may be aware of the potential benefits that SMS can deliver, they may not be so certain about the legal regulation surrounding commercial SMS communications.
Australia
20 Apr 2009
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Privacy Review - Have Your Say
The Commonwealth Attorney-General has asked the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) to review Australian privacy laws and to make recommendations about ways in which they could be improved.
Australia
26 Jul 2007
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