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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | NZ privacy commissioner calls for tougher update to privacy law Related reading: Notes from the iappANZ, 20 July 2018

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In an attempt to make the overhaul of New Zealand’s privacy law more robust, Privacy Commissioner John Edwards told a select committee that the proposed changes were “not sufficient,” Stuff reports. Citing concern over the country’s ability to renew its “adequacy” status with the European Union, he said it would be “disastrous” to lose and more updates were needed to ensure the country’s data protection regulation held up to world standards. Calling privacy a “fundamental human right,” Edwards called for the “right to be forgotten” to add “personal information portability” and for $1 million fines for those who breached the Privacy Act.
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