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3 things you need to know about the Privacy Bill before it becomes law
Every business that collects personal information should examine the new privacy legislation before it comes into force.
New Zealand
10 Jul 2019
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Privacy Bill progresses through NZ Parliament
Having considered submissions on the Bill, the Justice Select Committee has recommended that the Privacy Bill be passed.
New Zealand
20 Mar 2019
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Proposed NZ legislation changes in privacy and employment law
There are a number of proposed changes to NZ legislation, progressing in 2019, relating to privacy and employment law.
New Zealand
26 Dec 2018
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Privacy law update: International GDPR enforcement and facial recognition software
The update includes international GDPR enforcement and Microsoft calls for the regulation of facial recognition software.
New Zealand
17 Dec 2018
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Five Eyes announce intentions for back door live access to secure communications
Article discusses the rights of governments to access securely held personal information of your customers.
New Zealand
5 Sep 2018
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No need to fear: getting your head around the GDPR
Article explains the new European General Data Protection Regulation, what it means for you and provides you with some tips.
New Zealand
29 May 2018
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Reasons for dismissal are private – even if already widely known
The employer should not disclose the reasons for dismissal of an employee and should decline to comment if asked.
New Zealand
27 Mar 2018
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Privacy Bill introduced
A new Privacy Bill introduces some small but notable changes to the privacy regulatory framework in New Zealand.
New Zealand
24 Mar 2018
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Big Brother on Facebook: employers and social media
As social media continues to increase in popularity, employers need to monitor employee use of workplace technology.
New Zealand
6 Mar 2013
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Workplace surveillance a legitimate tool
Employers can use surveillance technology in the workplace, but they must ensure respect for the privacy of their staff.
New Zealand
4 Mar 2013
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