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The Australian Privacy Foundation has called for changes in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Act of 1983 to prevent the ABC from sharing (re-)identifiable personal information with other entities or platforms.

Published in Technology Regulation

The ABC appears to be hell-bent on introducing compulsory logins for its iview service, rebutting points raised by the Australian Privacy Foundation with somewhat tired objections that do not appear to really hold up under scrutiny.

Published in Open Sauce

NortonLifelock has released a new poll not only showing "around 1 in 10 Australian online daters surveyed ran background checks on prospective online dates," with a range of online methods used to do so, while Aussies are also alarmed about the loss of privacy in today's world - and more.

Published in Home Tech

Meta states in an SEC filing it is considering leaving Europe if it can no longer exchange data from European users with the United States, following the Schrems II decision. This story is evolving, and since publication a response from Meta has been received which confirms the company is concerned it will be unable to share data between the EU and US, but denies its concern is over targeted advertising.

Published in Listed Tech

It's World Data Privacy Day, during Privacy Awareness Week, with some top tech leaders making their thoughts public on how to stay private.

Published in Business IT

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities continue to increase as companies grow their digital footprints due to the massive amounts of data being generated, according to Equinix chief privacy officer Peter Waters.

Published in Security

Data privacy will continue to become a more significant consideration and it’s going to be exceedingly difficult to do business anywhere in the world without encountering data privacy laws, according to Richard Marr, General Manager, APAC, Auth0, a product unit of Okta.

Published in Security

The ABC will introduce compulsory logins for its iview service in a staged manner this year, despite the fact that there have been privacy warnings about the sharing of user data with companies like Google.

Published in Strategy

Data Futurology invites you to a fireside chat around trust dimensions within ethics, with Colin Priest, global lead AI Governance, DataRobot, and Aurelie Jacquet, chair of Standards Australia Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

Published in Data

OAIC: The convenience store group interfered with customers' privacy by collecting sensitive biometric information that was without necessity or reasonable consent.

Published in Security

A large majority of Australian and New Zealand organisations were not adequately prepared for COVID-19 and fear the increased risk they are being exposed to through working from home and flexible work policies, according to newly published survey findings.

Published in Security

COMPANY NEWS by Ping Identity: The global transformation of daily life has changed how people everywhere interact with brands. With experiences increasingly online, Australian consumers are less tolerant of frustration and will abandon a brand if they aren't able to balance convenience and privacy, according to a new survey from Ping Identity, the intelligent identity solution for the enterprise.

Published in Security

GUEST INTERVIEW: In business since 1993, the company says it invented the concept of distributed agile, and knows how to "harness the power of global teams to deliver software excellence at scale," helping clients to "create their own path to digital fluency and to build organisational resilience to navigate the future", and we spoke to Heiko Gerin to learn more.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: In business since 1993, the company says it invented the concept of distributed agile, and knows how to "harness the power of global teams to deliver software excellence at scale," helping clients to "create their own path to digital fluency and to build organisational resilience to navigate the future", and we spoke to Heiko Gerin to learn more.

Published in Business IT

Chinese smartphone maker realme has released an updated user interface for the skin it uses over Android, with UI 2.0 to be available for a number of devices including the realme 7 Pro, the 7 5G, X3 SuperZoom, realme 6 and C12 models.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 21 July 2021 23:37

Email privacy with DuckDuckGo

Pass out your new DuckDuckGo email address and the service will strip out all the trackers from incoming email before forwarding to your actual address.

Published in Security

Apple's iOS and iPadOS 15, macOS 12 Monterey, watchOS 8 and more are never more connected, secure and private, easier, more powerful and intelligent, with offline Siri, flexible notifications and ways to stay focused, more advanced home automation, app creation on iPad, Xcode Cloud, iCloud+, sharing virtually any content in real-time on Messages and so much more.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Head of APAC and Japan at Ping Identity: When information technology was first embraced by businesses, it tended to be in a very centralised form. Data centres held core applications and databases while users gained access through authorised devices and network links.

Published in Guest Opinion

The ABC claims its move to make registration for iview users compulsory after 1 July is meant to help users in the wake of a survey carried out in 2020, but is silent when asked why, if this is the case, registration is not made voluntary.

Published in Strategy

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