20 December 2012 – Microsoft addresses privacy concerns on both sides of the Atlantic Microsoft has moved to make its Office 365 cloud-based service more attractive to US and European customers concerned with legal issues around data sovereignty. The company has added support for the European Commission’s “Model Clauses”, which regulate how personal data is […] Read more »
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19 December 2011: The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has been asked to consider the privacy of material sourced from Facebook. The ACMA investigated whether the broadcast of material sourced from Facebook breaches the privacy provisions in the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice 2010 (the code) in regards to a Seven Local News […] Read more »
12 December 2011: An outline of the 2011 CMCL conference ‘Keeping Secrets in Times of Weak Law’ with a run-down of the panels on Cybersecurity, Trade and Commercial Secrecy, and Privacy from the Fortnightly Review of IP and Media Law. Full story here. Read more »
12 December 2011: Australian Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, has announced: “I have opened a formal investigation into the Telstra data breach. At a briefing today Telstra has assured our office that the immediate problem has been rectified and that personal data is no longer accessible. I have asked that Telstra also provide me with a […] Read more »