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The Sydney Morning Herald explores questions born out of recent large-scale cyberattacks — how much data is stored in companies' systems and for how long, and what recourse do users have if sensitive information is hacked? Maurice Blackburn Lawyers National Head of Class Actions Andrew Watson said Australian consumers and citizens "need an enforceable privacy right." He said, "The way that society's developed, and with so much of our data stored with corporations, it's absolutely critical that where those corporations don't do a proper job, there are effective remedies."
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