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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Australian Department of Health notes deidentification, genomic information challenges within Privacy Act Related reading: Nova Scotia privacy commissioner calls for strong vaccine passport privacy protections

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In a submission to a review of the Privacy Act 1988, the Australian Department of Health asked for government guidance on deidentification and genomic information, ZDNet reports. The department said, “any changes in the Privacy Act that require additional protections in relation to de-identified, anonymised, and pseudonymised information … will need to be supported by appropriate guidance and expertise in order for implementation to be effective.” It also noted “uncertainty and inconsistency” around genomic information within the scope of the Privacy Act.
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