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On Oct. 25, the Australian government released a discussion paper filled with proposals to amend the national privacy law after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission recommended the government review the law in 2019. Last revamped in 2000, the ACCC wanted to ensure it was "fit for purpose in this digital age." Salinger Privacy Principal Anna Johnston, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, summarizes and analyzes the new 217-page discussion paper and looks at what the future implications may be on Australia's privacy law. 
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