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MPs are soon to have their final say in parliament on the death of former prime minister Gough Whitlam. A condolence motion for the Labor icon, who died last week aged 98, is expected to wrap up on...
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2014/10/26 07:43
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Australia’s privacy commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, does not have jurisdiction to monitor all local and state agencies who access Australians’ personal phone and web data under commonwealth laws. The...
2014/10/23 22:55
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Privacy breach complaints almost tripled year-on-year between 2013 and 2014 in Australia according to a report from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC), which is set to be...
2014/10/23 13:12
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THE Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) has admitted its error in releasing another man’s medical information to a Ballarat client. THE Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) has admitted its error in...
2014/10/22 23:52
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Privacy complaints made to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner grew by a record 183 percent over the last year, as the agency prepares to be disbanded and split up following a...
2014/10/21 06:28
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Gough Whitlam dies aged 98; former PM remembered as 'giant' of Australian politics Former Australian prime minister Gough Whitlam has been remembered as a visionary and a giant of federal politics by...
2014/10/20 04:19
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The Australian Information Industry Association has welcomed the federal government's announcement that it will ditch a limit on the tax deductibility of self-education expenses. Both organisations...
2014/10/20 01:48
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The global gathering of incident responders FIRST is spearheading a global standards effort to reform and unify the operations of government and large enterprise computer emergency response teams...
2014/10/16 06:48
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Oracle could have saved mountains of cash and bad press if Click-to-Play was enabled before Java was hosed by an armada of zero day vulnerabilities, Adobe security boss Brad Arkin says. The simple...
2014/10/14 22:19
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Symantec’s announcement that it is splitting into two companies – one focused on security and the other on information management – could lead to more innovation and better customer solutions,...
2014/10/11 02:12
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The Australian Federal Police used Tasers on dogs or people, or on at least one occasion cork boards 144 times between 2011 and July 2014. AS far as I can work out, the Australian Federal Police used...
2014/10/03 08:11
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THE Abbott government is planning to set Australia's Freedom of Information regime back almost 20 years, with the abolition of the Information Commissioner and other reforms introduced to parliament...
2014/10/03 04:26
2014/10/03 04:26
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Freedom of Information Act amendments set to be blocked in Senate, nation could lose appeal rights By Freedom of Information editor Michael McKinnon Australians could be left with no appeal rights...
2014/10/02 03:12
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The federal government has introduced a bill to abolish Australia’s freedom of information watchdog, meaning people would have to pay $800 if they wished to seek tribunal review of government...
2014/09/30 07:19
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An investigation by the Australian Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, and the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has concluded that Telstra breached privacy rules after 15,775...
2014/09/30 07:19
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Australian Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has warned enterprises and government agencies that he won’t be taking a “softly, softly approach” to privacy investigations when his new powers come...
2014/09/30 07:19
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The final set of draft Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) have been released for public consultation by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). APP 12 covers access to...
2014/09/30 07:19
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Australian Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim is urging government agencies and businesses to protect their IT systems against the Bourne Again Shell (Bash) vulnerability. Bash runs on many...
2014/09/29 21:46
2014/09/29 21:46
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Too little, too slow: Suzanne Campbell CEO of AIIA wants the federal government to do more. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the high tech sector's...
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