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Lifehacker Australia
The 2016 Census Will Keep Your Name And AddressChris Berg says that the safest way to protect data is not to collect it at all
The 2016 Census Will Keep Your Name And Address
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
Chris Berg says that the safest way to protect data is not to collect it at all. The govermnent’s own Office of the Australian Information Commissioner says that personal information that is not collected or is not stored cannot be... Read more
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The Register
Australia gets one-quarter of a minister for national infosecIt has not even managed to create a mandatory data breach notification regime a
Australia gets one-quarter of a minister for national infosec
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
It has not even managed to create a mandatory data breach notification regime and it's pared back the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. (OAIC). Not that this will matter to Tehan, because data breach notification and the... Read more
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CIO
The ripping point part 1: Where entire industries meet their digital demiseripping point. Marie Johnson is chair of the Digital Careers National Steering
The ripping point part 1: Where entire industries meet their digital demise
CIO / Posted 12 days ago
ripping point. Marie Johnson is chair of the Digital Careers National Steering Committee, and is a Board Director of the Australian Information Industry Association. She is also managing director and chief digital officer at the Centre for... Read more
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CIO
The ripping point part 1: Where entire industries meet their digital demiseripping point. Marie Johnson is chair of the Digital Careers National Steering
The ripping point part 1: Where entire industries meet their digital demise
CIO / Posted 13 days ago
ripping point. Marie Johnson is chair of the Digital Careers National Steering Committee, and is a Board Director of the Australian Information Industry Association. She is also managing director and chief digital officer at the Centre for... Read more
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Perth Now
The price you’re paying for loyalty rewardsindividual customers but keeps a record of campaigns sent to avoid repetition.
The price you’re paying for loyalty rewards
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
individual customers but keeps a record of campaigns sent to avoid repetition. • Flybuys outsources some functions to overseas operators located in South Africa, the Philippines and the US. Source: Office of the Australian Information Commiss... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The price you’re paying for loyalty rewardsindividual customers but keeps a record of campaigns sent to avoid repetition.
The price you’re paying for loyalty rewards
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
individual customers but keeps a record of campaigns sent to avoid repetition. • Flybuys outsources some functions to overseas operators located in South Africa, the Philippines and the US. Source: Office of the Australian Information Commiss... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The price you’re paying for loyalty rewardsoutsources some functions to overseas operators located in South Africa, the Ph
The price you’re paying for loyalty rewards
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
outsources some functions to overseas operators located in South Africa, the Philippines and the US. Source: Office of the Australian Information Commissioner A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including... Read more
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News.com.au
Pollies divided over electronic votingsaid around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high vol
Pollies divided over electronic voting
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
said around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high volume pre-polling centres. Meanwhile, the Australian Information Industry Association has joined the call for further reform. AIIA chief executive Rob Fitzpatrick... Read more
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Perth Now
Pollies divided over electronic votingsaid around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high vol
Pollies divided over electronic voting
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
said around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high volume pre-polling centres. Meanwhile, the Australian Information Industry Association has joined the call for further reform. AIIA chief executive Rob Fitzpatrick... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Pollies divided over electronic votingsaid around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high vol
Pollies divided over electronic voting
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
said around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high volume pre-polling centres. Meanwhile, the Australian Information Industry Association has joined the call for further reform. AIIA chief executive Rob Fitzpatrick... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pollies divided over electronic votingsaid around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high vol
Pollies divided over electronic voting
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
said around 1500 ECLs were used in the 2016 election, including at 100 high volume pre-polling centres. Meanwhile, the Australian Information Industry Association has joined the call for further reform. AIIA chief executive Rob Fitzpatrick... Read more
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CIO
AIIA and ACS: Congrats Turnbull, now step it upThe Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), and the Australian Comp
AIIA and ACS: Congrats Turnbull, now step it up
CIO / Posted 16 days ago
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), and the Australian Computer Society (ACS) are urging the Turnbull government to accelerate the digitisation of the economy. The AIIA also called for the adoption of an electronic voting system... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Turnbull, Shorten back e-voting - Australian Electoral Commission (AEC), e-voting, electronic votingas the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) continued counting the votes from
Turnbull, Shorten back e-voting - Australian Electoral Commission (AEC), e-voting, electronic voting
Computer World Australia / Posted 16 days ago
as the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) continued counting the votes from the 2 July election, tech industry group the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) called for the government to invest in electronic voting. “The process... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Turnbull, Shorten back e-votingas the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) continued counting the votes from
Turnbull, Shorten back e-voting
Computer World Australia / Posted 16 days ago
as the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) continued counting the votes from the 2 July election, tech industry group the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) called for the government to invest in electronic voting. “The process... Read more
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CIO
E-voting under review as federal election results loomin place, the country would have known the outcome of Saturday’s election minut
E-voting under review as federal election results loom
CIO / Posted 22 days ago
in place, the country would have known the outcome of Saturday’s election minutes after the polls closed, according to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak body for the technology industry. AIIA CEO, Rob... Read more
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Weekly Times
Livestock app wins IT awardafter its foundation, the company has been named Victorian Startup of the Year
Livestock app wins IT award
Weekly Times / Posted 27 days ago
after its foundation, the company has been named Victorian Startup of the Year for outstanding digital innovation at the Australian Information Industry Association iAwards. Co-founder John Fargher said that when the company was started, there... Read more

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