Australia Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus revealed inclusions and exclusions concerning provisions of the pending Privacy Act reform, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. Australia's government received 116 recommendations for the reform, including 106 that will either be included in the pending legislative update or worked on as future policies. Dreyfus indicated reform will include bans on targeted advertising to children and transparency with personal data use for artificial intelligence. Targeted advertising opt-outs for adults were excluded. Editor's Note: The IAPP tracks key dates for Australia's Privacy Act reform.
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