Privacy law: Making it stick

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Privacy law: Making it stick
Australia's Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim. Source: AISA

Q&A with Australia's Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim.

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From March 2014, Australian businesses were obliged to comply with an amended set of federal privacy laws that aimed to bring privacy and security practices in line with consumer expectations in an increasingly digital world.  Crucially, the amended laws demanded that organisations seek ...

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