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Computer World Australia
Local Intel, IBM heads laud Trans-Pacific Partnership agreementYesterday’s signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the first step in a still
Local Intel, IBM heads laud Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement
Computer World Australia / Posted 5 days ago
Yesterday’s signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the first step in a still lengthy road to ratification for the controversial trade agreement, drew a warm reception from the local heads of tech companies IBM and Intel. “The importance of the... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Data breach notification: Senate calls for government to explain delaysThe Senate yesterday backed a motion introduced by Greens Senator Scott Ludlam
Data breach notification: Senate calls for government to explain delays
Computer World Australia / Posted 7 days ago
The Senate yesterday backed a motion introduced by Greens Senator Scott Ludlam that called on the government to explain delays in introducing a mandatory data breach notification scheme. The introduction of a data breach notification regime formed... Read more
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Computer World Australia
TSSR: Concerns persist over government’s telco security reformsThe government’s second attempt at a draft bill intended to strengthen the secu
TSSR: Concerns persist over government’s telco security reforms
Computer World Australia / Posted 9 days ago
The government’s second attempt at a draft bill intended to strengthen the security of Australia’s network infrastructure has had a better reception among industry stakeholders, but major telcos have expressed continued reservations about the... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Australian Information Industry Association appoints new CEORob Fitzpatrick will step into the chief executive role at the Australian Infor
Australian Information Industry Association appoints new CEO
Computer World Australia / Posted 13 days ago
Rob Fitzpatrick will step into the chief executive role at the Australian Information Industry Association from 1 February, the AIIA announced today. Fitzpatrick replaces Suzanne Campbell, who has served as AIIA CEO for almost half a... Read more
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Computer World Australia
TSSR: Industry concerns over telco security legislation remainAlthough telco industry organisations welcomed the federal government’s attempt
TSSR: Industry concerns over telco security legislation remain
Computer World Australia / Posted 22 days ago
Although telco industry organisations welcomed the federal government’s attempt at redrafting a bill intended to boost the security of Australia’s telco infrastructure, concerns remain about the second version of the innocuously named... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra psychology clinic accidentally reveals clients' personal details in emailNorthside Psychology will review its protocols after a widely distributed messa
Canberra psychology clinic accidentally reveals clients' personal details in email
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
Northside Psychology will review its protocols after a widely distributed message included email addresses of hundreds of clients. Photo: iStock A Canberra psychology clinic has apologised after it accidentally shared personal details of hundreds... Read more
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Canberra Times
Freelancer contests $20,000 privacy breach fine from OAICMatt Barrie's Freelancer is in hot water with the Privacy Commissioner Timothy
Freelancer contests $20,000 privacy breach fine from OAIC
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
Matt Barrie's Freelancer is in hot water with the Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim. Photo: Louie Douvis Matt Barrie's Freelancer has been ordered to pay $20,000 in damages to a European former account holder for alleged privacy breaches by the... Read more
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The Age
Freelancer contests $20,000 privacy breach fine from OAICMatt Barrie's Freelancer is in hot water with the Privacy Commissioner Timothy
Freelancer contests $20,000 privacy breach fine from OAIC
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
Matt Barrie's Freelancer is in hot water with the Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim. Photo: Louie Douvis Matt Barrie's Freelancer has been ordered to pay $20,000 in damages to a European former account holder for alleged privacy breaches by the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Freelancer contests $20,000 privacy breach fine from OAICMatt Barrie's Freelancer is in hot water with the Privacy Commissioner Timothy
Freelancer contests $20,000 privacy breach fine from OAIC
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
Matt Barrie's Freelancer is in hot water with the Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim. Photo: Louie Douvis Matt Barrie's Freelancer has been ordered to pay $20,000 in damages to a European former account holder for alleged privacy breaches by the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Major parties dig in against NSW electoral boundary changesFederal election 2016: Major parties against proposed NSW electoral boundary ch
Major parties dig in against NSW electoral boundary changes
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 29 days ago
Federal election 2016: Major parties against proposed NSW electoral boundary changes Both major parties have objected to the proposed redistribution of electoral boundaries in New South Wales, while two Nationals senators have opposed a seat in the... Read more

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