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The adtech industry needs to look beyond current regulatory frameworks and create cross-functional teams to meet the expectations of their customers and regulators, a GDR conference has heard.
11 May 2022
Australia has become the latest country to bring its regulators closer together in a bid to increase cooperation and information-sharing around digital issues.
11 March 2022
The European Commission has made suggestions on how Australia could revise its data protection laws, potentially paving the way to an adequacy agreement from Brussels.
21 February 2022
Reform of Australia's Privacy Act is finally underway. GDR’s latest Special Report identifies the key aspects of an extensive update.
11 February 2022
Australia’s highest court has allowed the country’s data watchdog to bring enforcement action directly against Facebook’s US parent company as part of the ongoing fallout from the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
08 February 2022
Australia’s data watchdog has recommended it be awarded a greater range of tools as part of the government’s planned reforms to the country’s privacy act, including a simplified civil penalty regime supported by infringement notices.
19 January 2022
A federal judge has said Australia’s financial services regulator can proceed with a landmark cybersecurity case against RI Advice.
08 November 2021
Clearview AI says it will fight an Australian order forcing the company to delete all facial recognition data it collected in the country, following a joint investigation by the UK and Australian data watchdogs.
03 November 2021
Companies in Australia that break data privacy rules could be fined up to 10% of their annual turnover under proposed new legislation.
26 October 2021
Australia’s privacy regulator has determined that 7-Eleven’s collection of facial data violated customers’ privacy, in a decision which could bolster the watchdog’s ongoing case against Clearview AI.
26 October 2021
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