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New Zealand Privacy Commissioner John Edwards is pushing proposed changes to the 20-year-old Privacy Act, saying they would give New Zealanders more control over their information and give his office better tools to protect privacy in the digital age, reports ITNews. "These reforms will power up our privacy law to bring it more in line with world class standards of protection that New Zealanders are entitled to expect," Edwards said. The new law would mean mandatory breach notification, a five-fold increase in fines and give the privacy commissioner the power to order businesses to fix practices and make binding decisions on complaints, among other changes.
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