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Displaying items by tag: Australian Privacy Foundation

Wednesday, 03 November 2010 14:09

Feds consider Google StreetView prosecution

Google Australia remains a prosecution target of federal investigators over its systematic and unauthorised collection of personal data through its fleet of Street View cars, with the Australian Federal Police currently assessing advice on possible breaches of Commonwealth criminal law.


Published in Government Tech Policy
Know of somebody or something that has exhibited blatant disregard for the privacy of the individual? Well now you can give them the recognition they richly deserve by voting for them in The Australian Privacy Foundation's Big Brother awards: accepting submissions this year from the general public for the first time.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 13:55

Poor eHealth records can cost lives too

Australian Government claims that an Individual Healthcare Identifier (IHI) would reduce avoidable deaths in the healthcare system has been dismissed by privacy advocates, who say poor records management was also a problem in eHealth.

Published in Government Tech Policy



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