During this year’s National Consumer Fraud Week (15 - 19 May), Scamwatch is providing advice to Australians to help them “spot scams”.
Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) is 15-19 May and run under the auspices of the Office of the Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner. It is a week to explore privacy under the theme “Trust and Transparency”.
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