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Net filter legislation to go public by March
Senator's blog gives first indication of timing.
Feb 3 2010 8:06AM
Activists launch online copyright database
Catalogue of international laws.
Nov 16 2009 6:36AM
Two in three Australian companies leak data
Renews calls for mandatory data disclosure laws.
Aug 11 2009 11:52AM
Privacy law update expected within weeks
Government "working night and day".
Jul 31 2009 6:38PM
Internet snooping laws are "overly intrusive"
London School of Economics report says new laws will treat every electronic communication as suspicious.
Jun 18 2009 7:01AM
Mandatory data loss laws could curb security breaches
More than half of Australasian small businesses responding to a survey conducted by Symantec claim to have experienced security breaches.
May 12 2009 1:32PM
Heartland incident provides opportunity to standardise data breach notification laws
The Heartland data breach is an opportunity for the US government to standardise data breach notification laws, says Entrust.
Jan 23 2009 10:52AM
California laws will increase penalties for patient data snoopers
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger this week signed legislation into law that will pose harsher penalties for hospital workers who pry into sensitive patient data.
Oct 2 2008 10:08AM
New US laws require data encryption
Iowa joins states that require encryption and notification of customers should information be compromised.
Aug 20 2008 10:04AM
Details of Australia's new data breach disclosure laws to be revealed
The final report outlining the amendments to Australia’s Privacy Act will be released on August 11, possibily ending almost two years of speculation surrounding the inclusion of Australia’s inaugural mandatory data breach disclosure laws.
Aug 1 2008 3:34PM
Australia's new Privacy Laws?
People just don’t think that putting family genealogy, exposes them and their families to spying by ID fraudsters and for that matter anyone else (stalkers, paedophiles, employers, parents).
Jul 18 2008 12:58PM
Privacy commissioner: Businesses be wary of new anti-money laundering laws
Privacy commissioner Karen Curtis has urged businesses to consider the privacy of consumers when collecting personal information under the Anti-Money Laundering/Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (AML/CTF), amendments which came into effect yesterday.
Dec 13 2007 11:43AM
US urged to change online gambling laws
European trade chief Peter Mandelson has called on the US to allow European companies renewed access to its multibillion-dollar online gambling industry.
Nov 22 2007 3:57PM
Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?
New privacy laws have spread across the US and could be enforced in Australia
Oct 29 2007 10:47AM
ICO welcomes data breach notification laws
The UK's data watchdog has joined calls for a US-style data loss reporting law.
Oct 24 2007 9:53AM
UK Encryption laws to come into force soon
The section of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) that deals with the release of software encryption keys could come into force soon, according to the Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith.
Jul 11 2007 10:38AM
Germany in court over telecoms laws
European Commission wants German market to be more open.
Jul 2 2007 12:46PM
High street giants breach data protection laws
Two high street giants, Orange and Littlewoods, have been found in breach of the Data Protection Act following the negligent management of sensitive customer information.
Jun 25 2007 7:08AM
Europe considers new identity theft laws
The European Commission is to consider new identity fraud legislation in order to boost the fight against cyber crime.
May 28 2007 9:56AM
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