Privacy Commissioner John Edwards gave a presentation on Privacy Act law reform at the iappANZ Summit in Sydney on Monday 14 November 2016.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards has looked into reports by some news media that Police were insisting travellers along SH1, south of Seddon, carry photo ID in order to determine whether they have legitimate reasons to be in the area.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards gave a keynote address to the International Telecommunications Union at the World Telecommunications Standardisation Assembly.
An independent review of the Police Vetting Service by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) and the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) has identified a number of key ways the Service can improve privacy safeguards for individuals and protect the public.
Privacy commissioners and data protection authorities from around the world convened in Marrakesh on 17-20 October 2016 for the 38th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (ICDPPC).
Read the Privacy Commissioner's submission to the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee on the NZ Intelligence and Security Bill.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards today released a discussion paper inviting submissions on whether ‘positive credit reporting’, introduced to New Zealand following a law change five years...
The Privacy Commissioner is monitoring the Yahoo hack that compromised up to 500 million users’ accounts. The hack affects a small portion of the 825,000 email accounts...
More than half of Internet of Things devices don’t properly tell customers how their personal information is being used, an international study has found. The study, by...
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards says he supports the Government’s message that any information about a current or future danger to a child needs to be shared between the appropriate agencies.