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NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has called for an external review.
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She was charged with one misdemeanor count of invasion of privacy.
'Our apology is unreserved. We are incredibly disappointed.'
Security has been beefed up.
I don't like being forced to choose, because I believe Australians deserve to have both good quality statistical data for government decision-making, and their privacy respected. But on Tuesday night, I will choose privacy.
Names and addresses will be retained, which has raised some privacy concerns.
It's not okay to silence a group of people such as those in the disabled and special needs community or to speak for them and take away their voices. But likewise, it's not okay to silence the carers of those with special needs, who have their own challenges to share.
Surely this violation of patient trust and serious invasion of privacy would have been enough to have her deregistered. But the offence was not deemed serious enough to cancel her nursing registration. The nurse had not committed a criminal offence.
They claim to be collating data not only from public sector agencies including Opal Card data, but from energy and water utilities, telcos, banks and car-share companies. The privacy implications are enormous. This is serious, Big Brother stuff.
Facebook houses a lot of your personal information — profile pictures, status updates, things you “like,” a list of people you’re “friends” with — but that doesn’t mean everyone trusts it. Most Americ...
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In the week before Christmas last year, the Australian Bureau of Statistics quietly trashed your privacy. We have only a few months to claim it back.
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Bankstown City Council, the National Measurement Institute, and Australia Post are among 61 government agencies that have applied to be able to access telecommunications data without a warrant. Under...
Hooray, December! A time for work Christmas parties, end-of-year school concerts, days at the cricket and holidays at the beach. So many Instagram-worthy moments. But wait just a tinsel-hanging second -- have you got consent to take or post that photo?