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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | New Zealand's Privacy Act 2020 offers wider pool for hiring privacy officers Related reading: Revised SCCs may help post-'Schrems II' but won't solve everything

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New Zealand’s 1993 privacy law required all agencies, both public and private sector, to appoint a privacy officer from "within that agency." The new Privacy Act 2020 allows agencies to appoint individuals from "outside the agency." Privacy Foundation New Zealand Committee Member and former New Zealand Assistant Privacy Commissioner Blair Stewart explores the origins of the change in law, as well as the issues and opportunities it raises for agencies and privacy professionals.
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