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SA MP tries to outlaw flying drones over homes
Wants up to six months prison for those caught breaching privacy.
Nov 24 2015 12:59PM
NSW gets new cross-border data sharing rules
Parliament patches gaps in privacy laws.
Nov 23 2015 11:19AM
Treat anonymised data as personal information: Pilgrim
Privacy Commissioner warns of modern matching methods.
Nov 18 2015 12:17PM
Australia's statistics body wants to keep census names, addresses
ABS considering privacy implications of retention.
Nov 12 2015 9:30AM
US regulator shoots down 'do not track' requirement
Google, Facebook can safely ignore tracking opt-out requests.
Nov 9 2015 7:02AM
UK unveils text of revised 'snooper's charter' bill
One year telco data retention included in draft.
Nov 5 2015 7:00AM
Researchers name apps sending user info to third parties
Dozens of Android, iOS apps quietly transmitting data.
Nov 5 2015 6:59AM
Minister names first My Health Record opt-out sites
North Qld, Nepean residents to get health records by default.
Oct 28 2015 5:30PM
TeleChoice owns up to 2014 data breach
Promises to pay affected individuals for credit monitoring services.
Oct 27 2015 2:50PM
OAIC powering through with less staff, bigger workload
Voluntary breach notifications skyrocket.
Oct 26 2015 2:11PM
User privacy rights must move with their data: Microsoft
Seeks stronger privacy protection to revive 'Safe Harbour' deal.
Oct 21 2015 11:03AM
Turnbull given ok to use Slack, Wickr
Advice from national security chief revealed.
Oct 20 2015 3:52PM
Apple yanks scores of personal info-snagging apps
256 apps violated user privacy.
Oct 20 2015 9:04AM
House of Reps approves release of de-identified welfare data
Anonymous payments records could be made public.
Oct 13 2015 10:05AM
EU-US 'safe harbour' data transfer deal ruled invalid
Snowden surveillance revelations cited by court.
Oct 7 2015 6:15AM
Google butts head with Russian authorities
Risks fines of up to 15 percent of annual revenue.
Oct 6 2015 6:21AM
Customer data stolen in Kmart Australia hack
OAIC, AFP informed of theft.
Oct 1 2015 1:55PM
Businesses await EU ruling on US data privacy pact
Legality of Safe Harbour deal to be ruled on by court.
Oct 1 2015 10:20AM
Macquarie Uni shifts from Gmail to Office 365 over privacy concerns
Boots Google after uni's data is moved to the US.
Sep 29 2015 12:33PM
Encrypted Blackphone 2 goes on sale in US
Promises privacy without functionality compromises.
Sep 29 2015 6:14AM
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