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Game of drones – what does the rise of the drone mean for insurers?
Flying drones raise many legal risks - cyber-security, crime, product liability, employee safety, trespass and privacy.
Australia
20 Sep 2017
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Private eye: using Facebook to discipline an employee
Privacy legislation does apply to any monitoring of employees' social media accounts, emails or internet activity.
Australia
1 May 2017
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When is information ‘about' an individual - an update on the meaning of personal information for privacy compliance
Being able to determine whether information is personal information is a critical threshold issue for privacy compliance.
Australia
1 Mar 2017
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Rise of the drones: Opportunity and liability for businesses
There may be less red tape, but the use of drones within a business is still subject to many important responsibilities.
Australia
 
8 Nov 2016
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Naked photo sparks privacy row at Sydney University
This naked photo incident highlights the difficulty in seeking legal redress for invasions of privacy in Australia.
Australia
 
12 Oct 2014
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Privacy cuts to OAIC and FOI
There will be big changes to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and Freedom of Information functions.
Australia
21 May 2014
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Privacy reforms start to bite
The Australian Law Reform Commission recently released a discussion paper with 47 proposals for further privacy reform.
Australia
5 May 2014
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Mandatory data breach notification back on the agenda
The 2014 Bill is identical to the Privacy Amendment (Privacy Alerts) Bill which was introduced to Parliament in May 2013.
Australia
30 Mar 2014
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Federal Parliament passes comprehensive reforms to the Privacy Act 1988
The new privacy protection regime will apply equally to Australian Government agencies and private organisations alike.
Australia
2 Dec 2012
10
Privacy reforms pass House of Representatives - What does this mean for the private sector?
These proposed reforms may require changes to an organisation's privacy policies and existing contractual arrangements.
Australia
24 Sep 2012
11
Privacy Act amendments
This Bill is the first-stage response to the ALRC report, For Your Information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice.
Australia
27 May 2012
12
The tort of invasion of privacy: what are its elements and when would it apply?
The push for a statutory cause of action for invasions of privacy to be included in privacy reform is gaining support.
Australia
4 Apr 2012
13
Privacy update: recent cases and federal reforms
The Office of the Privacy Commisioner has now been integrated into the Office of the Australian Information Commisioner.
Australia
4 Apr 2012
14
Flack – a GIPA decision
The case highlights the need to balance competing public interests for and against disclosure of personal information.
Australia
4 Apr 2012
15
NSW: GIPA Act update
Amendments have been made to the GIPA Act and the first cases concerning the GIPA Act have been handed down by the ADT.
Australia
3 Apr 2012
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Barrister uses privacy law to scrutinise senior counsel appointment process
Privacy law is not restricted to government departments and agencies but can be also applied to the private sector.
Australia
18 Jan 2012
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Privacy law update – recent developments (Dec. 2011)
This edition updates you on the release of the Commonwealth Government's Issues Paper on Serious Invasions of Privacy.
Australia
18 Jan 2012
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Spam (not the canned variety): How can you comply?
Businesses face significant fines where they distribute spam. Therefore, they must ensure that they have processes in place that enable compliance with the Spam Act 2003 (Cth) (Act).
Australia
15 Dec 2010
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Privacy Law Changes on the Horizon
The privacy landscape in Australia is changing. Your business needs to ensure that its policies and procedures reflect these changes
Australia
15 Dec 2010
20
Controlled Foreign Company rules - UK:
In the Communications, Media and Technology Updater on 10 April, we commented on the proposals for the new In the Communications, Media and Technology Updater on 10 April, we commented on the proposals for the new Controlled Foreign Company (CFC) rules and their impact on IP rights following the release of a discussion document on 26 January 2010.(CFC) rules and their impact on IP rights following the release of a discussion document on 26 January 2010.
Australia
19 Jul 2010
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