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This entertaining and original publication explains the implications of sharing personal information in the era of big data analytics, through the medium of the graphic novella.
Big Blue says the engine will eventually enable businesses to aggregate international requirements for data transfers and flag any cross-border privacy issues.
The government's move to force telcos and ISPs to retain customer metadata for two years has been branded 'intrusive of privacy' by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, in a new report calling for the government to define the types of data to be retained and review the two-year retention period.
Recent events highlight leaking data as threat to privacy, anonymity, security
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It's time for businesses to start protecting customer privacy and data as conscientiously as they protect their own. Wait. No, better that that.
In a public response to the private industry consultation on data retention, iiNet has asked the Attorney-General's Department to explain how a scheme would protect privacy and limit agency access to customer data.
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When it comes to big data and privacy, mistakes are inevitable. But it's how you respond that will most affect your reputation and bottom line, stress Intel privacy officers.
The Victorian government has replaced the Information Privacy Act with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 to address the protection levels of personal information collected and used by public agencies.
Attorney-General Brandis needs to forget categorising personal data by how it is collected, and focus on whether its use to solve crime justifies invading our privacy.
The privacy czar has floated the possibility of making re-identification of anonymised data illegal.
"I'm not an expert on software-defined storage or the intricacies of cloud computing," Clinton quipped.
Bungling the data strategy is a good way to get fired, tech chiefs are warned.
The rules that govern how EU data is treated in the US are being violated by major tech companies, according to a privacy group in a filed complaint to the FTC.
European officials are only now are expressing concern over a US court ruling that can allow the FBI and NSA to grab oversees data. But Europe knew the risks at least three years prior.
Australia's Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, has warned that the retention of large amounts of data will inevitably increase the chances of a privacy breach occurring.
Despite being accused of being "hostile to privacy", Dropbox has announced new features to Dropbox for Business that helps businesses ensure their data is safe and secure.
Australian deals website Catch of the Day did not disclose a 2011 data breach to the Office of the Australian Privacy Commissioner until last month, despite knowing of the breach at the time it occurred.
Last week Facebook data scientists revealed a study in which they tested how "implicitly consenting" Facebook users respond psychologically to timeline posts. Steve Wilson dissects the privacy implications of Facebook's latest experiment.
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