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Viewing entries posted in October 2014

Recent lessons on CCTV use from the Tribunal Katrine Evans
17 October 2014

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A recent Human Rights Review Tribunal case has attracted some attention as a result of its colourful facts – bad feelings between previously friendly neighbours, allegations about vandalism, and a compensation bill of $7000.

Calling all privacy professionals JLB
9 October 2014

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Are you a practising privacy specialist who provides consultancy services, legal advice or training in privacy? Or perhaps you are a privacy commentator and advocate?  

Privacy officers and multiplying the power of one Daimhin Warner
8 October 2014

private parking edit

Privacy officers are extremely important. The Privacy Act requires every agency to have one. Most agencies do have one. But, that’s just the problem - only one. Being a privacy officer can be a lonely job, but the issues every privacy officer faces are often similar.