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Regulatory Trends 2019 - Australia

Australia - September 27 2019 Over the past year, we have seen the passage of a significant amount of new legislation requiring businesses to enact new policies, processes and...

Janette McLennan, Matthew Pokarier, Michael Tooma, Alena Titterton, Jonathan Wyatt, Darryl Smith, Jacinta Studdert, Dean Carrigan, Avryl Lattin, Maurice Thompson.

On the brink of privacy class actions in Australia: All eyes on pending OAIC determination

Australia - August 26 2019 Most people are likely aware of the March 2018 'Cambridge Analytica' incident which involved alleged unauthorised access to and misuse of personal...

Richard Berkahn, Reece Corbett-Wilkins, Ahrani Ranjitkumar.

Privacy Down Under - how do antipodean privacy regimes stack up against the GDPR?

Australia - June 12 2019 This article: (1) gives a high level summary of recent privacy law developments in Australia and New Zealand, (2) outlines the framework for New...

Richard Berkahn, Reece Corbett-Wilkins.

Privacy Act amendments to pack a punch

Australia - March 28 2019 Attorney-General The Hon Christian Porter MP has announced the government's intention to introduce a raft of tougher penalties under the Privacy Act...

Richard Berkahn, Reece Corbett-Wilkins, Alexander Best.

You’ve been breached: New Zealand’s new privacy landscape

New Zealand - March 15 2019 The Justice Committee, one of the New Zealand Parliament's 12 subject-specific committees which examine and report on policy and proposed new laws...

Richard Berkahn.