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Volume 15 No 9 — November 2018
So just what is a data breach response plan?
Breaches of confidence via social media: should exemplary and aggravated damages be available?
Waters round II: the privacy case making waves
Volume 15 No 8 — October 2018
Draft Home Affairs Bill vastly overreaches its stated purposes and is susceptible to abuse: Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill 2018 (Cth)
Unquiet enjoyment? Privacy and imaging of residential property
So, who’s in charge here? Being smart enough to boss around smart devices and AI
Volume 15 No 7 — September 2018
Secondary use of My Health Record data
My Health Record v my privacy
Mobilising your identity: digital driver licensing and the national identity hub
Privacy (Credit Reporting) Code 2014 (Version 2)
Volume 15 No 6 — August 2018
Managing the broad reach of the GDPR: a guide for Australian business
The Consumer Data Right and what it means for the private sector
Sexual privacy in the digital age
Volume 15 No 5 — July 2018
Is the repeal of US privacy regulations a victory for digital advertising?
Watch out for spit parties: privacy questions about recreational genomics
Securing the Internet of Things: a global overview of a global challenge
Volume 15 No 4 — June 2018
Agency APP Code to apply to Australian Government agencies
Transparency required when undertaking data analytics on personal information
Mandatory data breach reporting comes to Australia — new notification requirements under the Privacy Act
Volume 15 No 3 — May 2018
Offensive but not invasive? Imaging and privacy in the ACT
What the Strava heatmap incident teaches us about the risks of publishing de-identified information
What are the penalties if there is a failure to notify under the notifiable data breach scheme?
Volume 15 No 2 — April 2018
Residential aged care: when privacy obligations and other rights and obligations compete, and what to do about it
Privacy today: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue Part 2: Privacy as a universal human right: beyond the OECD Guidelines to the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy
Privacy today: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue Part 1: The origins, controversies and achievement of the enduring OECD Guidelines
Volume 15 No 1 — February 2018
Looking beyond the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)
Australian businesses slow to build up cyber resilience
Lessons learnt from the Red Cross Blood Service data breach investigation
Review of the immunity of the NSW Police Force from privacy complaints
Volume 14 No 9&10 — January 2018
Lost in cyberspace — “Danger, Will Robinson!”
Six degrees of separation — cyber risk across global supply chains
Workplace surveillance in NSW: is having a computer surveillance and an email/internet access blocking policy a mandatory requirement?
Legal and ethical issues with genomic testing
Does data sharing complement or challenge privacy law?
Privacy and encryption
EU data protection laws overhauled — does this affect my business in Australia?
Is Bitcoin as private as you think? The privacy implications of cryptocurrency
Volume 14 No 8 — October 2017
Additional privacy requirements for Australian organisations under EU privacy laws
Children’s right to be forgotten
Privacy and parentage: developments in Victoria and South Australia
Cloud-based hosting of personal details and the implications for Australian businesses
Volume 14 No 7 — September 2017
Between “Heaven mode” and “Hell”: Uber’s use of big data puts users in a purgatory of certainty around privacy issues
The data breach notification scheme is coming in early 2018
Shifting the focus: Productivity Commission recommends transformative changes to data availability, use and protection in Australia
Cyborg privacy — a calm before a storm?
Volume 14 No 6 — August 2017
The Hanson Card — neither necessary nor viable
Let’s get personal: the effect of the Federal Court’s interpretation of “personal information” and the OAIC’s response
When can a disclosure in relation to a health care practitioner’s registration be a breach of privacy? What is lawful collection and lawful disclosure? The hazards of incorrectly redacting a document and the requirement to provide access to personal information “without excessive delay or expense” — AIN v Medical Council of New South Wales
Managing biometric information: the future is in the palm of your hands (and in your fingerprints, your iris and your facial features)
Volume 14 No 5 — July 2017
Privacy and anti-spam laws in the cross-device tracking landscape
Fundamentals of privacy law; ensuring your business is compliant
Time to get off cloud 9 and start thinking about privacy
Workers and wearable devices — privacy and workplace surveillance implications
Volume 14 No 4 — June 2017
Health care and the cloud — a prescription for complexity
The clouds have eyes — protecting privacy in the drone age
The civil implications of the crime of revenge porn
Volume 14 No 3 — May 2017
Updating the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld)
CASA’s new drone regulations highlight the need for more robust privacy laws in Australia
Online comments and contempt
Privacy Commissioner v Telstra Corp Ltd
Volume 14 No 2 — March 2017
Big Brother is definitely watching you, but who is watching Big Brother?
Do you have a right to privacy?
Privacy as a human right
Volume 14 No 1 — February 2017
Changes to the ACT civil surveillance regime
Privacy in the digital era: the case for reform
Former protection visa applicants affected by serious data breach not denied procedural fairness
Interview with Moira Paterson, Professor of Law at Monash University
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