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Daily Dashboard | Gov’t Introducing Breach Notification Bill Related reading: Mass. attorney general sues Equifax; other actions may follow

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Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has voiced support for mandatory breach legislation, CSO reports. Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus has announced the government will introduce legislation to take effect in March that will require companies to disclose data breaches. The legislation, which the Australia Law Reform Commission has been proposing since 2008, will “require notification of serious data breaches that will result in a real risk of serious harm,” a Gizmodo report states, noting Dreyfus used the announcement of the legislation as an opportunity to chastise organizations for recent data breaches. As current legislation does not require companies to disclose breaches, the report questions “the data breaches we haven’t heard about over the last decade.”
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