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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
Thursday, 04 November 2010 15:02

Google must return wifi data: Privacy lobby

The Australian Privacy Foundation is still seeking confirmation that the personal information of local citizens collected by Google Australia through its StreetView cars is being stored in Australia.

Published in Technology Regulation
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 21:44

Gov't 'travesty' in Google privacy case

The Office of the Australian Privacy Commissioner's handling of the Google StreetView WiFi privacy breach had been "a travesty" and an abrogation of specific responsibilities, the Australian Privacy Foundation has charged.

Published in Technology Regulation

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