Posts tagged OAIC
Don't forget to tell: Mandatory Data Breach Notification laws

Smarter Compliance. Since 23 February 2018, entities subject to the Privacy Act have had a legal obligation to record, manage and report ‘eligible data breaches’. If you were subject to the Australian Privacy Principles, you’re required to report data breaches but some Licensees may still be unfamiliar with their obligations. This post addresses the requirements, makes recommendations and provides some additional reading on data breaches.

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Stop me if you've heard this one: Mandatory Data Breach Notification laws

You’re probably aware that, since 23 February 2018, entities subject to the Privacy Act have had a legal obligation to record, manage and report ‘eligible data breaches’. If you’re currently subject to the Australian Privacy Principles, you’re now required to report data breaches. This post addresses the changes, makes recommendations and provides some additional reading on data breaches and the new requirements. 

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Hanging out with Nudists: Data, Tech and the Privacy Act

In Australia, 12 March 2014 marked the commencement of a more robust privacy regime for businesses and organisations as changes to Privacy Act 1988 commenced. From this date 10 National Privacy Principles and 11 Information Privacy Principles were harmonised into 13 Australian Privacy Principles. Heralded as “the most significant privacy reform in 25 years” the practical impact of these changes varied significantly across the financial services industry. This article outlines the context of these changes and practical steps for compliance with the new APP.

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