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Salinger Privacy Director and Principal Anna Johnston, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, explored case studies from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner showing how the regulator decides whether a complaint involves personal information as defined by the Privacy Act 1988. "The point of this legal definition is that if no individual is identifiable from a set of data, then the privacy principles — the backbone of an organisation’s legal obligations — simply won’t apply," Johnston said, using cases involving facial recognition claims against 7-Eleven, Clearview AI and the Australian Federal Police.
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