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COVID-19 has created a range of new privacy challenges for businesses. One challenge is the obligation for venues to collect COVID-19 contact tracing information.
McCullough Robertson
A number of smart city initiatives could generate privacy concerns, when they involve collecting personal information.
Coulter Roache
Most organisations in Australia comply with Federal privacy law, which governs the handling of personal information.
Mills Oakley
For some time now in Australia we have witnessed a "cold war" between the consumer regulator, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)...
Law In Order
A look at the constant evolution in data types & volumes, & the ever-tightening data privacy laws & regulatory intervention.
McCullough Robertson
Twitter suffered a data security breach, which compromised accounts of various world leaders and prominent individuals.
Davies Collison Cave
As everyone is aware, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an escalation in the use of video teleconferencing (VTC) for both social and business purposes.
Davies Collison Cave
It has become commonplace during the COVID-19 lockdown phase for businesses to require contact tracing information from visitors to their premises.
Mills Oakley
Since the COVID-19 lockdowns sent millions of Australian office workers home, the risk and occurrence of data breaches has skyrocketed.
McCullough Robertson
Since the introduction of GDPR there has been uncertainty in Australia in connection with EU-related data transfers.
McCullough Robertson
Central to collection and release of data sets for local governments are privacy compliance and security considerations.
Davies Collison Cave
A data breach is generally defined as an incident involving "unauthorised access to sensitive, protected or confidential data resulting in the compromise of either confidentiality, integrity...
Major banks signed on to share customers' data (on receipt of a request from the customer) to authorised data recipients.
Carroll & O'Dea
The Markle law suit provides invaluable guidance regarding breach of privacy, infringement of copyright & data breaches.
Holding Redlich
As businesses re-open, many venues are collecting customers' personal information to assist COVID-19 tracing efforts.
Holding Redlich
The Facebook app not only obtained information from users but also from friends of users who had given no consent.
Holding Redlich
The webinar discussed potential upcoming privacy reform in Australia and the implications of these reforms for business.
Holding Redlich
COVID-19 may cause conflict between sharing information to protect public health and protecting privacy of individuals.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
A recent amendment to privacy laws has enshrined key privacy and data measures to support the operation of COVIDSafe.
Davies Collison Cave
The European Court of Justice recently considered the validity of the European Commission's 12 July 2016 decision to approve the so-called EU–US "Privacy Shield": Facebook Ireland Ltd v Maximillian Schrems C-311/18.
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