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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Op-ed: Why is Australia moving forward with data-sharing principles without user consent? Related reading: Notes from the Asia-Pacific region, 15 Nov. 2019

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In an op-ed for ZDNet, Stilgherrian documents how Australia's government is pushing its data sharing principles despite lacking provisions on user consent, which was removed from legislation last week. The government wrote in its "Data Sharing and Release" discussion paper that "societal outcomes of fair and unbiased government policy, research, and programs can outweigh the benefits of consent, provided privacy is protected." However, Stilgherrian argues that the paper "nuanced" position on consent and the government "fails to justify" its assertion.
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