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General data protection regulation: GDPR one year on
General data protection regulation: GDPR one year on

 Arvind Dixit and Lynton Brooks 01 Oct 2019

After a year of operation, it is timely to reflect on the impact of the general data protection regulation on Australian businesses and how it is shaping the direction of privacy regulation...

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Technology: Living in digital harmony
Technology: Living in digital harmony

 Joshua Butler 01 Oct 2019

Immutable blockchains conflict with the right to be forgotten...

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Privacy: Data security in practice
Privacy: Data security in practice

 Adam Wakeling, Molina Asthana and Peter Moran 01 Aug 2019

Privacy and data security are in the spotlight as regulatory changes from 2018 are tested out in practice and data breaches are increasingly reported in the media...

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Technology: Biometrics and privacy
Technology: Biometrics and privacy

 Sarah Daniell 01 Aug 2019

A recent Fair Work Commission decision provides important views on how privacy law should be applied when it comes to biometric fingerprints...

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In confidence
In confidence

 Jayr Teng 01 Jul 2019

The issue of medical privilege has been clarified by the Victorian Court of Appeal in Medical Board of Australia v Dr Geoffrey Kemp...

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LIV concerned about privacy breach following release of documents
LIV concerned about privacy breach following release of documents

 LIV Media 06 Sep 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria is disappointed private medical, personal and legal information has been released to the public in a serious privacy breach by the Victorian government...

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The Inconvenient Reality
The Inconvenient Reality

 Ian Bloomfield 02 Aug 2018

The need for law firms to act on cyber security is overwhelmingly compelling...

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PEXA hack boosts calls for delay
PEXA hack boosts calls for delay

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2018

Security breaches have compounded concerns about the mandatory electronic conveyancing system...

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EU sets new standard
EU sets new standard

 Belinda Tralli 01 Aug 2018

We should have the right to control who has access to our personal information...

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Focus on privacy reforms
Focus on privacy reforms

 Anna Johnston 01 Mar 2018

Practitioners should be aware of three significant legal reforms in privacy law commencing in 2018 which will impact on legal practices and clients...

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Notifiable data breaches: It’s complicated
Notifiable data breaches: It’s complicated

 Fabian Horton 01 Mar 2018

More tech knowledge is needed if lawyers are to comply with the new privacy amendment...

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Sex offender public register won’t protect our children
Sex offender public register won’t protect our children

 Dr Karen Gelb 14 Feb 2018

For his latest bid in the law-and-order auction that is the 2018 Victorian state election, Opposition leader Matthew Guy has promised a Serious Sex Offender Public Register...

 

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Sex offender photo register counter-productive and unnecessary
Sex offender photo register counter-productive and unnecessary

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2018

Critics say Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy's proposal for a photo register of sex offenders is misguided, will undermine the value of the sex offenders register and encourage vigilantism...

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Notifiable Data Breaches
Notifiable Data Breaches

 Adam Wakeling 01 Sep 2017

The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 makes it mandatory to report eligible data breaches to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and affected individuals. It takes effect on 22 February 2018 unless proclaimed sooner...

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Navigating social media
Navigating social media

 Elisa Hesling 01 Jul 2017

Why do you need to know about privacy when you’re a non-privacy lawyer? Your legal radar may not be attuned to privacy. Victorian and commonwealth government clients naturally require privacy...

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