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Displaying items by tag: Australian Privacy Commissioner

The way in which the decision by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner to launch a probe into the leakage of personal information of Australians by Facebook is being reported is laughable.

Published in Open Sauce

The Australian Privacy Commissioner has warned that Australian businesses assessed as part of a global sweep of Internet of Things products and services generally lack clear information for customers about how their personal information is being managed.

Published in Internet of Things
Thursday, 11 August 2016 15:05

ASD says census data is safe

According to a statement issued by the Australian Privacy Commissioner, the Australian Signals Directorate says there was a DoS attack on the Census 2016 website, and that there was no data breach.

Published in Government Tech Policy

An 'own motion' investigation by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has found that Multicard - one of the companies that process applications for Maritime Security Identity Cards - had unlawfully disclosed applicants' personal information.

Published in Technology Regulation
Friday, 05 November 2010 15:24

You have zero privacy. Get over it.

You really have to wonder at what you would need to do in this country to attract a penalty - let alone conviction - for breaching the privacy of others. Because the unauthorised and systematic collection of the personal information of millions of Australians citizens - including emails, bank account details and passwords - apparently isn't enough.

Published in The Big House

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