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Daily Dashboard | The Interesting View From the NZ Privacy Office Related reading: On the pitfalls of reputation economics

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“One of the dubious delights of being a privacy regulator,” writes Assistant Privacy Commissioner of New Zealand Katrine Evans, “is the unexpected things that crop up during every working week.” In this latest Privacy Perspectives post, she provides a thumbnail sketch of the major issues she sees coming across her desk in 2014, from wearables to a reform of the Privacy Act to biometrics—even the departure of Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff, who leaves her post after 10 years on the job.
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