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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Op-ed: Australia can't have 'knee-jerk' reaction to breach in reforming Privacy Act Related reading: Bumble, TikTok join effort to stop spread of nonconsensual explicit images

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Following the data breach of Australian telecommunications company Optus, Salinger Privacy Principal Anna Johnston, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP, writes the government must avoid a “knee-jerk legislative response.” Johnston said the government’s claim Optus was prevented from notifying banks about its compromised customers per the Privacy Act is misguided. The potential reform of the law to compel telecom firms to share identification data will not fix the underlying problem, she said. Instead, she suggested eight proposals that would be beneficial if the Privacy Act is reformed, including setting data retention periods.
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