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Govt to beef up website blocking laws
Targets file hosting sites, mirrors and proxies.
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ANZ Bank predicts first look at open banking laws around June
Open questions with government remain.
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NT Police backs need for cyber laws
States and territories divided.
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Labor resurrects data breach notification bill
Privacy Alerts bill back in parliament.
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Australian adoption remains uncertain.
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Talks tough on Privacy Act amendments.
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Amendments to bring state in line with Commonwealth.
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EU lawmakers seek to limit use of data by Internet firms
Firms fear chilling effects on growth.
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Barrick Gold to vet supplier ethics on web
Early adopter of new internet-based system.
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Day before new law becomes active.
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Ballmer: Patent laws need changing
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Net filter legislation to go public by March
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Catalogue of international laws.
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