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Australia’s privacy commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, is planning to conduct privacy assessments of organisations that are forced to collect so-called telecommunications ‘metadata’ to comply with the government’s data retention regime.
The public will soon get its first look at the government’s proposed data breach notification regime, according to a spokesperson for the Attorney-General’s Department.
The government won’t reveal which organisations or how many are seeking the right to warrant-free access to telecommunications data kept as part of the data retention scheme.
Victoria's government is pushing for the state's Office of the Racing Integrity Commissioner to gain warrant-free access to the so-called 'metadata' retained under the data retention scheme.
The outline of a program to help defray the costs to telecommunications providers of implementing data retention is expected to be made public in November.
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