The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of New Zealand announced Michael Webster was appointed privacy commissioner. Webster has been a public servant since 1999, most recently working as secretary of the Cabinet of New Zealand and clerk of the Executive Council of New Zealand. Justice Minister Kris Faafoi said Webster will "provide the leadership required to ensure the public can be confident that their privacy rights are being protected." Webster is replacing John Edwards, who left to become the U.K. Information Commissioner.
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