This year is expected to be one filled with privacy law activity across the globe. Australia promises to be one of the most active nations when it comes to legislative updates and advancement. Amendments to the Privacy Act 1988, a binding privacy code and the entry of the long-awaited Consumer Data Right are among the many happenings Australian privacy pros will be watching. Holding Redlich General Counsel Lyn Nicholson touches on those topics and other potential items on Australia's agenda in this piece for Privacy Tracker.
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