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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

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…

Hub to Keep Charities on Right Side of Privacy Laws

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 13th December 2012 - 
Picture: ADMA Following changes to Australia’s privacy laws, with possible $1million fines for marketers, including charities who break the law, marketing and advertising…

Opinion

Privacy Awareness Week: Is Your NFP Privacy Compliant?

Staff Reporter, Monday, 30th April 2012 -  Opinion: Many NFPs play an important role in providing support to some of the most vulnerable people in our community by delivering services to those in all kinds of need – from…

Information Commissioner Releases FOI Review Findings

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 27th March 2012 -  The Australian Information Commissioner, Professor John McMillan, has released a report proposing changes to the way charges are imposed for giving access to documents under the…

Not for Profits Warned on Privacy and Data Security

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 13th March 2012 -  Data security has emerged as a major challenge for organisations and agencies across Australia, according to the Australian Privacy Commission. Australian Privacy Commissioner,…

Good Privacy Practices

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 25th March 2010 -  The Australian Privacy Commissioner, Karen Curtis, has called for Not for Profits, businesses and government agencies across the country to publicise their commitment to good…

Federal Review of the Privacy Act

Staff Reporter, Monday, 13th February 2006 -  The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) is to review the Privacy Act, in particular the changes since 2001– in an investigation that will take 2 years to complete. The announcement…

Private Lives: A Guide To Privacy Law In Victoria

Staff Reporter, Monday, 17th March 2003 -  The ‘privacy statement’ at the foot of bills and forms and statements and donor mail outs is now common practice. But what do the privacy laws mean for the average person? Who…
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