Time for data-breach disclosure laws

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Time for data-breach disclosure laws
Anna Cervova, public domain

The Howard government noted failures in Australia's privacy scheme in 2004 but data breaches still slip under the radar.

The dust must be shaken off Australia's proposed mandatory data breach disclosure legislation. It is essential if the industry is to curb fraud attacks on businesses and consumers. The Federal Government accepted 197 of the 295 recommendations from  the Australian Law Reform Commission ...

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