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Asia-Pacific Dashboard Digest | ALRC Releases Issues Paper on Reducing “Serious Invasions of Privacy” Related reading: Ansip, Jourová discuss GDPR one year ahead of implementation

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ZDNet reports on the release of the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) issues paper and indications “that social media, GPS, website user tracking and drones are testing the effectiveness of Australian law in protecting privacy.” Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus tasked the ALRC with making recommendations on how Australia’s laws could be updated “to reduce serious invasions of privacy in the digital era,” the report states, and the ALRC’s possible remedies include a “right to be forgotten and to erasure” proposal similar to that being considered by the EU.
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