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Daily Dashboard | Australian privacy commissioner says employee monitoring tech is outpacing privacy laws Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?

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In an interview with the Australian Financial Review, incoming Australian Privacy-Commissioner Carly Kind said employee monitoring technology like keystroke activity and eye-movement measurements indicate national privacy laws are lagging behind. "There's a real mismatch between how quickly those (biometric) technologies are moving and how well they are appropriately regulated in many different jurisdictions," Kind said. "We're seeing more and more biometrics technologies which aren't used to identify people so much as to classify them and categorise them based on gender or race."
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