ZDNet reports the Office of the Australian Information Commission has asked for public feedback on draft privacy safeguard guidelines for the country's Consumer Data Right. The OAIC is seeking comments that will improve the guidelines' clarity. Specifically, the OAIC hopes to learn if the guidelines overlooked topics and if they effectively help organizations understand their privacy safeguard obligations. "We are looking for business to engage with the draft guidelines, including small business as they will be subject to privacy obligations when they are accredited," Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner Angelene Falk said. The deadline to submit comments is 20 Nov.
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