Penalties, Privacy, and Procrastination: EFA Briefs Shoebridge on OAIC

Update: 8 November 2023 Not long after we briefed Senator Shoebridge (details below) ahead of the Senate Estimates, where he stressed the conspicuous absence of penalties issued by the OAIC, this happened.  OAIC takes pathology company to court over data breach The OAIC’s lawsuit against Australian Clinical Labs proves that increased pressure can drive OAIC […]

Protecting Children’s Privacy from Big Tech and Media Giants

This blog was written by EFA board member John Pane. We all know what it’s like. The constant battle and negotiation with our children to get them off devices, do their homework, go to sleep, go get some fresh air and outdoors activity.  As parents or carers we know our children are spending too much […]

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