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Retailers’ use of CCTV in France
The use of CCTV footage in France is restricted by law in light of the potential for infringement of privacy rights.
Australia
19 Jan 2014
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Privacy top ten: things you think you know about privacy - but don't!
Whether a start–up or a listed ASX company, your business opportunities are increasingly on–line and/or overseas.
Australia
24 Dec 2013
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Privacy reforms to impact offshore share incentives for Australian employees
Privacy reforms increase the obligations of offshore employers in managing employee share plans for Australian employees.
Australia
19 Dec 2013
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Cloud computing and the new Australian privacy law
Concerns about privacy and data control are often cited as major impediments to the growth and wide adoption of Cloud.
Australia
24 Sep 2013
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The Australian Privacy Act Amendments will Significantly Impact Federal Government Agencies!
The real "change" is the change in the approach and attitude of the Privacy Commissioner.
Australia
28 May 2013
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Information security obligations for Australian businesses under the Privacy Act: A reminder from the OAIC
The new Guide will assist Australian businesses to interpret the Privacy Act to protect personal information they hold.
Australia
16 May 2013
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Privacy compliance for Apps is an OAIC focus!
The OAIC has released a draft practice guide on 'Mobile Privacy: A better practice guide for mobile app developers'.
Australia
5 May 2013
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Australian privacy amendments passed
The changes will increase obligations when dealing with personal information in Australia or from Australian residents.
Australia
2 Dec 2012
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Minding your own business - privacy issues for app builders
This article looks at recent privacy-related incidents involving apps and outlines key issues for businesses.
Australia
17 Nov 2012
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New tough privacy regime in the Philippines Data Privacy Act signed into law
The Philippines has introduced consolidated data privacy legislation.
Australia
27 Oct 2012
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Data Protection Update - internet cookies and privacy law
In Australia cookies are not specifically dealt with under the privacy law.
Australia
25 Aug 2012
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New privacy laws to be presented to Parliament
The Attorney-General has announced major legislative reforms to the Privacy Act that are intended to benefit consumers.
Australia
16 May 2012
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Doing Business in Australia - Business Practices
Federal and state laws and regulations in Australia combine to influence how business practices are conducted.
Australia
30 Apr 2012
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Telstra copyright decision to affect owners and users of directories, databases and listings
The Full Federal Court of Australia has rejected Telstra’s appeal that copyright subsists in its valuable yellow and white pages directories. For owners of directories, compilations and databases, this decision confirms it is difficult to rely on copyright for protection, meaning new strategies are required to protect valuable information works. We recommend owners review their copyright protection measures and seek clarity and advice on new IP protection, commercialisation and enforcement strat
Australia
16 Dec 2010
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ALRC Report On Australian Privacy Laws
On 11 August 2008, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) published its final report (Report) on its review of privacy laws in Australia.
Australia
18 Aug 2008
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Intellectual Property Update: Statement Of IP Principles Released
On 11 May 2007, the Attorney-General, the Hon Philip Ruddock MP, released the Statement of IP Principles. The Statement of IP Principles is an IP Policy which provides a framework for effective management of Intellectual Property by Australian Government agencies.
Australia
5 Jun 2007
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Federal Government Gives the Green Light to a Genetic Information Framework
The Federal Government has supported key "Essentially Yours" recommendations which, if implemented, will affect a wide range of areas including genetic testing, health privacy, insurance, employment and civil proceedings.
Australia
13 Mar 2006
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Technology Law Bulletin - Is it Safe to Enter your Credit Card Online?
Online transactions are booming in New Zealand. VISA recently reported earlier this year that New Zealanders spent NZ$56.51 million in ecommerce sales using Visa cards in March 2005, up from NZ$31.51 million in March 2004. Research also shows that there are more than 1.4 million New Zealanders registered to bank online (this represents 35% of New Zealand's total population). So, why do we have the confidence to send credit card and other personal information over an open network like the
New Zealand
25 Nov 2005
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