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Here we can keep you informed on all the privacy related activities we are working on and Industry related news and views, papers and blogs.

The next cab off the rank is Latitude Financial which at this point seems to be targeted toward drivers’ licenses and customer records.  According to Latitude Financial’s update to the market on Thursday, the company

Data Privacy is a crucial concern for businesses and organisations worldwide and therefore they must recognise the importance of maintaining an updated privacy policy. The increase in frequency and sophistication of data breaches and cyber-attacks

What is Data Personalisation? In Australia, data personalisation is regulated by the Privacy act 1988 (Cth) and the Australian Privacy Principles. It refers to the collection and use of data for the purpose of creating

What is Opt-In and Opt-Out Consent? Under the Privacy Act, opt-in and opt-out consent are recognised as valid methods of obtaining an individual’s consent to collect their personal information and data. The Australian privacy Act

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 customers in a bad shape. Medibank is facing high expense

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 by the Attorney General Mark Dreyfus, has proposed significant changes

  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 how that translates to your business. Whatever the size of the

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 that exposed some personal data. Credential stuffing targets users that

Meta (Facebook and Instagram) prohibited from using personal data for advertisement and issued fines totalling € 390 Million with a third case pending for WhatsApp.   The European Centre for Digital Rights (NOYB) has delivered

Your Personal information – The Privacy Act Review, which was ordered by the Coalition government, has now been finished. The final report has been given to Attorney General Mark Dreyfus. The evaluation will now be

  To keep pace with overall data privacy legislation changes here in Australia, the WA government has recently announced new laws to ensure West Australians will now have more control and influence over their own

After the government dropped its Personal Data Protection Bill earlier this year, India’s parliament published the newly proposed Digital Personal Data Protection Bill of India in late November as a second attempt at a comprehensive