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The role of data in social change campaigns

Natasha Sharma, Monday, 2nd November 2020 -  There can be a lot of anxiety about data these days, but it’s actually really important – it can tell a story and ultimately be harnessed to create inclusion and drive change, write Natasha

Advocates say royal commission must #MakeItSafeToSpeak

Luke Michael, Monday, 12th October 2020 -  A new campaign aims to protect the confidentiality of people telling their stories to the disability royal commission   Disability advocates fear the most severe cases of systemic

Data security and privacy regulations – What does it mean for you?

Brenda Mainland, Thursday, 5th March 2020 -  The Xfactor Collective research specialist Brenda Mainland provides a valuable set of questions that all organisations should be asking themselves, to ensure they are protected

Why the government’s proposed facial recognition database is causing such alarm

Contributor, Tuesday, 29th October 2019 -  Human rights groups say the bill is an attempt to introduce mass surveillance to Australia and an egregious breach of individual privacy, writes Sarah Moulds from the University

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Powering Communities While Protecting Individuals

Erica Czaja, Thursday, 28th February 2019 -  The trend of making increasingly granular data publicly available for community use simultaneously raises important questions about individuals’ rights to privacy, writes Erica

No ‘Opt Out’ for NDIS Participants

Lee Archer, Monday, 14th January 2019 -  The National Disability Insurance Scheme has increased the privacy intrusion into the everyday lives of some people with disability in ways that would not be acceptable to most Australians,

Possibilities of the Humanitarian Robot

Maggie Coggan, Monday, 26th November 2018 -  With technology playing a bigger part in our lives everyday, Lizzie O’Shea is combining her work with Digital Rights Watch, and as a humanitarian lawyer, to ensure the digital world

Half a Million Red Cross Donors’ Personal Data Leaked

Ellie Cooper, Friday, 28th October 2016 -  The personal information of 550,000 Australian Red Cross blood donors has been leaked in what has been described as the country’s largest data breach. The Australian Red Cross Blood

Is Your Employer Watching You? Online Profiling Blurs the Boundary of Our Public and Private Lives

Staff Reporter, Monday, 29th August 2016 -  Online profiling is a growing trend among organisations, but the practice is not without controversy writes QUT’s Business and Management senior lecturer Peter O’Connor

Snowden Rejects Abbott Privacy Laws

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 12th May 2015 -  The world’s most famous whistleblower has warned that the Abbott Government’s data retention laws are enabling it to spy on civilians and encroaching on “dangerous”…

Data Pools and Co-Ops for NFPs

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 -  Organisations are more and more looking for data prospecting methods that incorporate their own data to leverage better ROI, according to Australian data pooling list supplier,…

Website Privacy Policies Too Complex

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 27th August 2013 -  A significant majority of website ‘privacy’ policies examined by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) are too long and complex. The Privacy…
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