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2014/07/23 15:04
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Catch of the Day’s failure to inform users of a data breach that occurred three years ago suggests the online retailer didn’t have a response plan, and may do the brand some harm. This is the view of...
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2014/07/23 06:16
2014/07/23 06:16
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Google has announced a surprising end to its controversial "Real Name" policy with a contrite post on Google+, telling users that there are "no more restrictions" on the names people can use. The...
2014/07/23 03:46
2014/07/23 03:46
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Paul Fletcher is Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Anthony Johnson The federal government has denied it’s moving too slowly on economic reforms to...
2014/07/23 00:46
2014/07/23 00:46
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The Queensland government says a paid accreditation scheme will make it easier for suppliers to do business with the state. Photo: Karl Hilzinger Technology and telecommunication companies wanting to...
2014/07/21 04:46
2014/07/21 04:46
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Online retailer Catch of the Day suffered from a data breach in 2011. Customers of popular online shopping website Catch of the Day are being urged to change their passwords after the company...
2014/07/17 00:19
2014/07/17 00:19
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A Financial System Inquiry has recommended the adoption of mandatory data breach notification in Australia in order to help consumers keep control over their personal and financial...
2014/07/16 23:26
2014/07/16 23:26
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The recent news that federal and state police have been ordering phone companies to hand over personal information about thousands of Australian mobile phone users (whether they are part of an...
2014/07/15 02:52
2014/07/15 02:52
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A Melbourne medical centre is to blame for a serious privacy breach last year when the highly sensitive health records of up 960 former patients were compromised when the abandoned garden shed they...
2014/07/14 04:55
2014/07/14 04:55
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Fees to access documents under Freedom of Information could be increased under proposals being considered by federal cabinet. Fees to access documents under Freedom of Information could be increased...
2014/07/07 05:19
2014/07/07 05:19
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The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has made Freedom of Information statistics available in a machine-readable format, the federal agency revealed today. It's the first time FOI...
2014/06/30 20:34
2014/06/30 20:34
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QIT PLUS was awarded the 2014 Community iAward for their suit of products for disaster management. The 2014 Community iAward, hosted by partners Australian Computer Society, Australian Information...
2014/06/28 01:46
2014/06/28 01:46
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ASIC has tended to be too complacent. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission received a terrible pasting from a Senate committee this week. It's supposed to be there to protect...
2014/06/26 07:52
2014/06/26 07:52
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The NSW Government has developed a new set of technical standards governing how agencies procure mobility solutions, as it trials new contracts for the delivery of as-a-service solutions. The state...
2014/06/25 07:45
2014/06/25 07:45
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Australian Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim announced today Cupid Media breached the Privacy Act by failing to take reasonable steps to secure data held on its websites. Cupid, based in Southport...
2014/06/23 05:19
2014/06/23 05:19
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Not-for-profit organisation SAGE-AU said it wants to shine a spotlight on the sometimes unsung heroes of IT, system administrators. According to SAGE-AU president Robert Hudson, who has worked as a...
2014/06/22 21:46
2014/06/22 21:46
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Taking control: privacy laws require companies to let you know exactly how your information will be used. Photo: AFP Aussies aren’t known for being a private lot; our open, approachable personalities...
2014/07/23 15:04
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