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Australian Facebook judgment - privacy lessons for New Zealand organisations

New Zealand - March 9 2022 In February 2022, the Full Federal Court of Australia delivered a judgment that Facebook Inc. (Facebook) may be subject to the extra-territorial…

Alex Chapman, Andy Dysart, Amy Ryburn, Damien Steel-Baker

Mandatory privacy breach reporting - where are we now?

New Zealand - December 9 2021 One of the most notable changes made to New Zealand privacy law by the Privacy Act 2020 was the introduction of a mandatory privacy breach reporting…

Time to review your standard form business-to-business contracts

Australia, New Zealand - August 11 2021 The Fair Trading Amendment Bill passed its third reading on 10 August 2021 and is about to become law. It extends the unfair contract terms regime to…

Scott Abel, Tony Dellow, Lisette Hood, Susie Kilty, Bassam Maghzal, Anna Parker, Amy Ryburn, Damien Steel-Baker, Renee Stiles, David Thomson, Philip Wood, Lara Wood

Too many cookies and not enough disclosure

European Union, New Zealand - August 4 2021 Cookies of the digital variety are increasingly prevalent, with most websites using some form of cookies to track and process information about…

Alex Chapman, Keri Johansson, Elizabeth Rose, Amy Ryburn, Damien Steel-Baker, Renee Stiles, Philip Wood

Privacy: what to watch in 2021

European Union, New Zealand, United Kingdom - March 9 2021 With 2021 now in full swing, we thought it a useful time to take a look at six privacy issues that businesses in New Zealand will want to keep a…

Alex Chapman, Keri Johansson, Amy Ryburn, Damien Steel-Baker, Renee Stiles, Philip Wood