privacy

Hearings to ‘ventilate’ claims of political hit on Vic privacy commissioner

Hearings to ‘ventilate’ claims of political hit on Vic privacy commissioner

Upper house committee to report by March.
Feb 22 2017 11:43AM
EU still not happy with Windows 10 privacy

EU still not happy with Windows 10 privacy

Privacy watchdogs ask for more transparency.
Feb 21 2017 8:43AM
Australia's privacy regulators are under siege

Australia's privacy regulators are under siege

[Blog post] Why do our governments fear a well-resourced watchdog?
Feb 15 2017 6:45AM
What does data breach notification mean for you?

What does data breach notification mean for you?

All you need to know for your business.
Feb 14 2017 11:06AM
Internal strife cripples NSW privacy commission

Internal strife cripples NSW privacy commission

Inside the resource saga distracting from data protection.
Feb 13 2017 11:00AM
Libs want Vic privacy commissioner spat in front of committee

Libs want Vic privacy commissioner spat in front of committee

Next round in public battle.
Feb 10 2017 11:22AM
US visitors may need to hand over their social media credentials

US visitors may need to hand over their social media credentials

New Homeland Security boss revives old proposal.
Feb 10 2017 6:42AM
Will your movements be tracked at the next big event you attend?

Will your movements be tracked at the next big event you attend?

The technology following your phone from festival to festival.
Feb 9 2017 6:44AM
Your 'anonymous' browsing history can reveal your identity

Your 'anonymous' browsing history can reveal your identity

Researchers find 72 percent of histories can be associated with users.
Feb 8 2017 11:47AM
Irish privacy watchdog challenges Facebook's US data transfers

Irish privacy watchdog challenges Facebook's US data transfers

In what could become a landmark data sovereignty case.
Feb 8 2017 6:36AM
Govt could lose its battle to criminalise data re-identification

Govt could lose its battle to criminalise data re-identification

Labor, Greens say proposed laws are "disproportionate" response.
Feb 7 2017 7:46PM
Smart TV vendor penalised for massive privacy violation

Smart TV vendor penalised for massive privacy violation

Collected vast amount of personal information without telling users.
Feb 7 2017 11:13AM
Judge orders Google to turn over foreign emails

Judge orders Google to turn over foreign emails

Opposite ruling to similar case with Microsoft.
Feb 6 2017 6:37AM
Landmark Australian ruling on what counts as 'personal information'

Landmark Australian ruling on what counts as 'personal information'

Privacy Commissioner knocked back in metadata case.
Jan 19 2017 12:06PM
Vic premier rejects watchdog's questions over phone probe

Vic premier rejects watchdog's questions over phone probe

But privacy commissioner says he won’t take no for an answer.
Jan 16 2017 12:09PM
Microsoft wins court reprieve with Win10 privacy changes

Microsoft wins court reprieve with Win10 privacy changes

Swiss privacy watchdog lets it off the hook.
Jan 12 2017 6:36AM
Microsoft to appease privacy critics with Win10 update

Microsoft to appease privacy critics with Win10 update

More control, less tracking by default.
Jan 11 2017 11:58AM
EU privacy proposal could undermine Google, Facebook revenue

EU privacy proposal could undermine Google, Facebook revenue

Will need consent to track cookies, scan emails.
Jan 11 2017 6:30AM
Uber offers anonymised trip data to town planners

Uber offers anonymised trip data to town planners

'Movement' to facilitate information sharing.
Jan 9 2017 4:07PM
Operator defends Sydney bus wi-fi as privacy concerns mount

Operator defends Sydney bus wi-fi as privacy concerns mount

Service "purely opt-in", says State Transit.
Jan 9 2017 11:53AM

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