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Tag Archives: Privacy
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has released the draft paper, Guide to big data and the Australian Privacy Principles (PDF 450kb) for comment. The consultation period for comments closes on Monday, 26 July
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee in the United Kingdom has released a report following its inquiry on the topic of big data. The report, The big data dilemma, (PDF 830kb) raised a number of issues including, privacy, … Continue reading
The Office for Science in the United Kingdom has published the report, Distributed ledger technology : beyond block chain (PDF 1.4MB). The report, written by the UK Government Chief Scientific Advisor, Mark Walport, “sets out the findings of a review … Continue reading
The Acting Information Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, recently gave a speech entitled, Privacy directions at the International Association of Privacy Professionals Australia & New Zealand (iappANZ) Summit. In the speech he, “took the opportunity to highlight international privacy developments that will … Continue reading
In the article, Digital ID doesn’t have to be a card, and can reduce privacy risk, former Australian Privacy Commissioner, Malcolm Compton, discusses the issue of identity verification and risk minimisation.
The Mandarin article, Australia has a ‘false understanding of privacy,’ says Europe’s top rated CIO, discusses privacy and the delivery of online government services.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has released the document, Privacy management framework : enabling compliance and encouraging good practice (PDF 340kb). The framework identifies the four steps required for good privacy governance.
A recent article in The Conversation, What use would a Digital Bill of Rights be? discusses a proposal by the Liberal Democrats party to introduce a Digital Bill of Rights in Britain.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has updated the Australian Privacy Principle (APP) Guidelines. The news item, APP guidelines update provides further information about the changes.
The Australian Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, recently gave a speech on the topic of privacy governance. Entitled, Privacy governance, the speech emphasises the need to constantly review organisational processes and policies to ensure that privacy obligations are met.