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Bird & Bird LLP | Australia | 16 Mar 2022

Competition in Digital Platform Services - ACCC Digital Platform Services Inquiry - No.5 Interim Report

Discussion Paper for its fifth Interim Report as part of the five-year Digital Platform Inquiry. The Paper considers whether Australia’s current…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, European Union | 21 Feb 2022

European Commission seeks to guide Australia to adequacy

The European Commission has made suggestions on how Australia could revise its data protection laws, potentially paving the way to an adequacy agreement from Brussels.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, China, India, etc. | 7 Feb 2022

Asia-Pacific: key compliance updates (1 – 7 Feb)

Indian companies rally against foreign e-commerce platforms, Australia continues to investigate excessive prices of rapid antigen test kits, and South Korea launches a personal information dispute resolution app – plus other key updates.
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Kalus Kenny Intelex | Australia | 7 Feb 2022

Privacy and biometric information. 7-Eleven breaches customer’s privacy

In a day and age where unlocking your phone with your face is the norm, you may not think twice about completing an in-store survey on a tablet or…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 19 Jan 2022

Australian data privacy regulator calls for more powers

Australia’s data watchdog has recommended it be awarded a greater range of tools as part of the government’s planned reforms to the country’s privacy act, including a simplified civil penalty regime supported by infringement notices.
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 10 Dec 2021

TMT: The Australian Landscape - December 2021

As we emerge from the tumultuous disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments around the world have formed a clearer picture of the level of…
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 29 Nov 2021

Ransomware: key legal issues facing organisations under attack

Targets range from small unlisted companies to large organisations and government agencies, often with sophisticated cyber defences and policies. The…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Austria, Canada, etc. | 5 Nov 2021

Clearview AI: regulators take a stance on biometric data harvesting

Australia has ordered Clearview AI to delete face scans of its citizens, Facebook is shutting down its facial recognition technology (FRT) project, and privacy advocates are putting pressure on the EU.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Global, United Kingdom | 3 Nov 2021

Clearview breached privacy law, Australian regulator says

Clearview AI says it will fight an Australian order forcing the company to delete all facial recognition data it collected in the country, following a joint investigation by the UK and Australian data watchdogs.
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Moores | Australia | 13 Oct 2021

Beyond the Privacy Act: Does your not-for-profit collect health information or receive state funding? State privacy laws may apply

If you operate in Victoria or New South Wales, these states’ health privacy laws apply directly to your organisation regarding health information. If…
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