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Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) 2017 kicks off on May 15th till 19th with the theme ‘Trust and Transparency’.
Privacy concerns have occupied top spot of the 2016 Census news since the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) announced late last year…
What can we learn from organisations who rely on trustful relationships? We talk so The Smith Family to find out.
Ever wondered how Google collects and uses data? We take a look at their dedicated privacy site.
A free upgrade to Windows 10 has brought some privacy concerns amongst its users. Can you adjust the settings and do they work?
Are Australians for, or against social media data mining? It depends on its use.
Over 500 major Australian companies have shown that they not fully compliant with the APPs.
Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) is over for another year, we take a look at some of the stats from the event.
In this article we take a look at what PAW is, why it is important, and the purpose of this year’s theme ‘Privacy everyday’.
We take a look into the law that passed that requires Telcos to store customers’ metadata for 2 years, in order to satisfy APP 12.
APP12 sees Telstra charge for customers to gain access to their metadata.
It’s been almost a year since the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) came into effect on March 12th 2014. We take a look back on the past year.
A story has been making the rounds about Airbnb’s video requirements, and sharing personal information – is it a concern?
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has introduced a new set of Territory Privacy Principals (TPPs).
As of January 1st 2015, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) will no longer be in operation due to budget cuts…
Today, we were featured by collaborative creative site Australia Infront following a press release distributed to founder Justin Fox
Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) is an initiative by the Asia Pacific Authorities Forum (APPA) with an aim to increase awareness on privacy issues.
‘Fine Print’ gets it’s name because it generally covers all the necessary legal jargon (and sometimes loopholes), which
The Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012 was passed in Parliament on November 29th 2012