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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | New Zealand privacy commissioner proposes Privacy Act updates Related reading: Businesses sued for collection of employee biometric data

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In a blog post, DLA Piper analyzes New Zealand Privacy Commissioner John Edwards' proposed amendments to the Privacy Act 1993 as part of the country's privacy law revision announced by the Ministry of Justice in 2014. His recommendations "focus on modernising the Act by strengthening enforcement powers and aligning ... laws internationally, including the European Union General Data Protection Regulation," the report states. Specifically, Edwards advocates in favor of giving citizens the right to data portability; controls surrounding data re-identification; the creation of a new power for ensuring agencies comply with the Act; and a new a new civil penalty provision, among other proposals.
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