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Keeping sensitive information under lock and key may not be enough

Date: 17 Oct 2014, Filed under: Privacy & Surveillance

The recent case brought before the Australian Privacy Commissioner (Commissioner) involving the Pound Road Medical Centre (PRMC) serves as a timely reminder...

Protecting your security interests before the PPSA’s transitional provisions end

Date: 21 Feb 2013, Filed under: Robbery & Theft, Privacy & Surveillance, Insurance, Privacy, Asset Protection, Asset Protection

With less than 12 months before the Personal Property Securities Act’s transitional provisions end, you should ensure that any security interests you have...

Social Media Enthusiasts Beware

Date: 27 Sep 2012, Filed under: Competition & Trade Regulation, Intellectual Property, Privacy & Surveillance, Freedom of Information

While some people seem to have a relaxed attitude to material which is posted on the internet and social media sites, that is far from the legal position....

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Google apologises for privacy breach

Date: 15 Dec 2010, Filed under: Media Law, Privacy & Surveillance

Wellington, Dec 14 NZPA - After a slap on the wrist from the Privacy Commissioner, internet giant Google has apologised to all New Zealanders for s...

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