Mondaq Australia: Privacy
Pointon Partners
Health service providers and holders of health information need to be aware of their obligations under the Privacy Act.
Clyde & Co
Over the past few weeks, we have identified a number of organisations and government agencies impacted by a new generation of a previously seen banking trojan malware: called Emotet.
Holding Redlich
Last in 4 part series on Privacy Governance Report. Article answers why prospect of enforcement is down if data breaches are up.
Holding Redlich
Australian organisations should consider investing in processes and infrastructure to ensure that costs are contained.
Holding Redlich
Organisations should take care not to conflate privacy with security, or view it as a purely compliance-based exercise.
Holman Webb
Australian organisations can learn from these cases, because our privacy legislation and GDPR requirements are similar.
Holding Redlich
The 2019 privacy report has a range of survey questions and responses instructive for organisations around the world.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The European Court of Justice ruled that the right (for personal data) to be forgotten applies to the EU, not globally.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The ACCC could pursue enforcement action under competition or consumer protection laws to address data privacy issues.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Regulators have begun laying down the law when it comes to data management, cyber resilience & information security practices.
Holman Webb
The lesson to take from statistics about mandatory data breach reporting is that staff are still key to data security.
Holding Redlich
Article discusses new guide to privacy regulatory action & explains what this means for NSW government agencies.
Holman Webb
Corporate & Commercial partner Tal Williams recently discussed a range of issues surrounding payroll and data privacy.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Key takeaways from the Discussion Paper on Data Sharing along with thoughts as to what they might mean for agencies.
Holding Redlich
Upskilling a workforce in privacy awareness and basic security may be the best defence against a potential data breach.
DLA Piper
It has been over a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) entered into force. Throughout the past two years all EU based companies as well as most of other global
Jones Day
The doctrine is not enforceable as a "sword" in its own right to prevent other parties from using privileged documents obtained without consent.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Gold Coast Council hopes to retrieve the spend patterns from the use of credit cards and mobile phones by tourists.
Clyde & Co
To date, there has been a relative shortage of privacy litigation being commenced against companies and government agencies, let alone any successful class action determinations through the Courts.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Digital Platforms Inquiry made some recommendations in relation to privacy issues which are discussed here.
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Holman Webb
Australian organisations can learn from these cases, because our privacy legislation and GDPR requirements are similar.
Holding Redlich
The ACCC shows concerns over competition and privacy issues in the ad tech supply chain relating to online advertising.
Holding Redlich
Organisations should take care not to conflate privacy with security, or view it as a purely compliance-based exercise.
Clyde & Co
Over the past few weeks, we have identified a number of organisations and government agencies impacted by a new generation of a previously seen banking trojan malware: called Emotet.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
In an age driven by technology, employers are increasingly using biometric technologies, such as fingerprint scanning and facial recognition, as a way to deal with employee identification, absenteeism, and workplace surveillance.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The NSW Police Commissioner was asked about the use of spyware to obtain information protected by client legal privilege.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
Last week, in Glencore v Commissioner of Taxation [2019] HCA 26 the High Court of Australia unanimously affirmed the status of Legal Professional Privilege as merely an immunity from the exercise of compulsory statutory powers.
Holding Redlich
Australian organisations should consider investing in processes and infrastructure to ensure that costs are contained.
Holding Redlich
Last in 4 part series on Privacy Governance Report. Article answers why prospect of enforcement is down if data breaches are up.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The ACCC could pursue enforcement action under competition or consumer protection laws to address data privacy issues.
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