The Office of the Privacy Commissioner released its annual report on New Zealand's privacy efforts in 2019. Privacy Commissioner John Edwards wrote about the peaks and valleys the country saw as it relates to privacy while breaking down the office's activities and overall performance. Notably, Edwards discussed the continued progress on a new privacy bill. "The new legislation will be the most substantial change in New Zealand privacy regulation for more than 25 years and there will be considerable work for our office in preparing agencies and the public for that shift," Edwards wrote.
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