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Privacy czar says data breach bill will protect citizens Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has welcomed the passage of a bill on mandatory notification of data breaches by the federal Parliament.
Prevention key benefit of new data breach laws: ACS The Australian Computer Society (ACS) believes the key benefits of new data breach laws will be preventive and the real impact will be to mobilise…
Data breach laws finally clear Senate The Australian Government has finally put in place laws to govern data breaches, with legislation passing the Senate on Monday.
Apple Pay: Banks say they only want access to NFC A group of Australian banks, which have applied to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for leave to jointly talk to Apple about gaining access…
Microsoft, Google and Amazon gave cash for Trump inauguration Big US technology companies Amazon, Google and Microsoft donated both cash and services to the ceremonies around the swearing-in of US President Donald Trump on…
US firms may be free to buy 'conflict minerals' from warlords A leaked draft of a memorandum that US President Donald Trump is expected to sign in coming days will temporarily block a rule that prevents…
Senate probe into Centrelink automated debt recovery The activist group GetUp has welcomed the decision to set up a Senate inquiry into the government's attempt to reclaim money from welfare recipients.
H1-B visa changes 'will benefit US tech multinationals' Changes to the work visa system in the US, which have been mandated by President Donald Trump, will benefit multinational technology companies, according to a…
Bill to criminalise data re-identification may not pass Senate An amendment to the Privacy Act, in order to criminalise the re-identification of anonymised released government datasets, may fail to clear the Senate if the…

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