Following the review of the Privacy Act, key reforms have been proposed to bring the Act into the digital age and minimise human rights risks.
Good password habits are like most habits: hard to form, easy to break. Everyone has their own unique formula to access countless applications and programs…
Australian entities are at risk if they do not understand the breadth of data which is covered by their legal obligations under the Privacy Act.
The Clearview AI decision signals increasing scrutiny of entities doing business in Australia that collect, use and transact biometric data about Australian individuals.
In the first COVID-related privacy case in NSW, a sensible result should not be misunderstood: privacy protections still apply.
How can organisations prioritise privacy when faced with competing objectives such as expecting to derive greater value from data to better inform business decision-making.
Keeping pace with technology and why we need a new tort specifically for digital privacy breaches.
Is it time to criminalise catfishing?
Meet the Sydney lawyer who is front and centre of a possible class action against Facebook for breach of privacy.
Thanks to Australian data retention laws, which came into effect late last year, many government agencies (including the RSPCA and Medicare) are likely to know…
Employers may inspect a mobile phone where there is an express contractual right or by reasonable and lawful direction, but the bar for that is…