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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | OAIC wants terminology clarifications for data retention regime Related reading: Perspective: Embedding privacy in our day-to-day lives

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ZDNet reports the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner is seeking clearer definitions on the terms "content" and "substance" when used with the country's data retention regime, the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979. The lack of a detailed definition for either word leaves the potential for more personal information to be collected than what is required or necessary. "The OAIC considers that clarifying these terms would create greater certainty and enhance privacy protections by reducing the potential for more personal information to be collected than is necessary for the purposes of the regime," the office wrote in a submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security's review on the regime.
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