Amazon will pay $47 million (US$30 million) to US regulators as a result of ongoing privacy abuses. The company has come under scrutiny for unnecessary

The Australian government’s proposed reforms to privacy laws have garnered strong opposition from global tech giant Meta. These proposed reforms are driven by the increasing

  On the 10th of May the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) announced that they had commenced a joint investigation with the New

DataBench has been recognised as a part of the Silicon Review’s 50 Leading Companies of the Year 2023. DataBench is a world-class provider of automated

When the personal data of 9.8M current and former customers goes out the back door via skilled hackers, it leaves the company and all the

Australia’s Privacy Act 1988 has lagged that of the European Union, the United States and several other countries for some time. The Australian Government lead

  Gartner have identified that the cost to undertake a data subject request to remove a customer’s data is A$2200 per customer.   Just think

PayPal is sending out data breach notifications to thousands of users who had their accounts accessed late last year through what’s called ‘credential stuffing’ attacks

Meta (Facebook and Instagram) prohibited from using personal data for advertisement and issued fines totalling € 390 Million with a third case pending for WhatsApp.

  To keep pace with overall data privacy legislation changes here in Australia, the WA government has recently announced new laws to ensure West Australians

  Yesterday, The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) commended an investigation into the personal information handling practices of Medibank in relation to it’s

As many in the data privacy compliance space will be aware, the federal Attorney General has been leading an overdue review of The Privacy Act