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Online legal help leader recognised with award
Online legal help leader recognised with award

 Karin Derkley 13 May 2020

It is perhaps fitting that the COVID-19 restrictions prevented Justice Connect's Kate Fazio from picking up her Telstra Businesswoman's Award for Purpose and Social Enterprise in person...

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In_Sites
In_Sites

 LIV Library 01 May 2020

Law Institute of Victoria – COVID-19 hub, Law Council of Australia – Information for the legal profession on the COVID-19 outbreak, Victoria Legal Aid – COVID-19 coronavirus, Coronavirus Australia App, Queensland Reports – New series and VCAT – Guardianship and Powers of Attorney.

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Technophile: 6clicks – Risk review for teams
Technophile: 6clicks – Risk review for teams

 Peter Moran 01 May 2020

Compliance and corporate governance practitioners will find this useful.

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Technology: BEC scams – payer beware
Technology: BEC scams – payer beware

 Genevieve Lakey 01 May 2020

Pick up the phone to confirm first time payment details or change of account details received by email.

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Judicial College of Victoria: Judges and social media
Judicial College of Victoria: Judges and social media

 Julianna Marshall 01 May 2020

There are risks and benefits for the judiciary using social media channels.

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Inquiry into the Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right
Inquiry into the Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right

 Technology and Innovation Section 27 Apr 2020

The LIV has provided its submission to the Inquiry into Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right, informing how the Consumer Data Right could be enhanced and leveraged to boost innovation and competition...

 

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Courts working to provide remote hearings under COVID regime
Courts working to provide remote hearings under COVID regime

 Karin Derkley 02 Apr 2020

Courts say they are working overtime to bring in digital solutions so the justice system can work effectively in the coming months...

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Automation: Computer says no
Automation: Computer says no

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2020

Lawyers need an understanding of automated decision-making to make sure it is not entrenching disadvantage and discrimination.

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Smartphone security tips
Smartphone security tips

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2020

Smartphones have become central to lawyers’ work. Cyber experts suggest 10 tips for phone use.

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Innovation: What’s holding us back?
Innovation: What’s holding us back?

 Jennie Pakula 01 Apr 2020

The digital economy and technology present opportunities for the legal profession, yet few lawyers are entering this space. Does regulation stop innovation, or are there greater forces at work?

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Internet domain names: On the verge of change
Internet domain names: On the verge of change

 Peter Moran 01 Apr 2020

Legal practitioners, especially commercial lawyers, should have an understanding of the technical processes and legal rights underpinning domain names.

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Digital signatures: Redesigning signing
Digital signatures: Redesigning signing

 Mark Burrows 01 Apr 2020

Electronic signatures can be a reliable, cost-effective and secure way of executing a document, but they are not without risks. Digital signatures mitigate those risks and can be more secure than ink.

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Reversing Robodebt
Reversing Robodebt

 Miles Browne and Charley Brumby-Rendell 01 Apr 2020

Days before the test case challenging Centrelink’s Robodebt system was listed for final hearing, the federal government conceded that Robodebt contained a fatal legal flaw.

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Cyber insurance: Necessity or nicety
Cyber insurance: Necessity or nicety

 EJ Wise 01 Apr 2020

Organisations must recognise cyber security threats to their business, undertake due diligence to address security gaps, and balance their risks through cyber-specific insurance policies.

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Consumer data right: Data portability – Can the CDR succeed where the GDPR has failed?
Consumer data right: Data portability – Can the CDR succeed where the GDPR has failed?

 Simon Thompson 01 Apr 2020

The CDR is to be rolled out to certain sectors of the Australian economy. IT could deliver on the promise of data-sharing between firms where other data sharing laws have failed?

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