Privacy top 10: things you think you know about privacy — but don’t
By Alec Christie
Whether a start-up or a listed ASX company, your business opportunities are increasingly online and/or overseas. At last count, more than 80 countries have adopted data privacy laws and Australia’s new Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) come into effect from 12 March 2014. The new APPs, overseas laws and attitudes toward data privacy are very different from business as you know it.
What you think you know about data privacy in Australia and overseas may just be wrong. This ‘top 10’ fact sheet dispels some common misconceptions about privacy…
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