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By Paris Cowan | Sep 3, 2014 | Comment Now 
Online intermediaries encouraged to act against breaches.
 
'Safe harbour' for Facebook, Google proposed for Aus privacy law 
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ALRC offers sneak peek of unreleased recommendations.
 
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New requirements for safe harbour protection.
 
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ACTA leak: ISPs to be bound by new rules 
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Take copyright responsibilities seriously or leave the industry.
 
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No legal obligation but required to get safe harbour.
 
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Cloud over whether AFACT evidence pointed to criminal activity.
 
Ohio University sends server breach notices 
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Ohio University sent out the first of more than a quarter-million notices of a server breach that compromised the personal information of more than 300,000 people and organizati...
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