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Daily Dashboard | What Australia’s New Privacy Principles Mean for Foreign Cos Related reading: IAPP white paper: 'Talking Tech for Privacy Pros: The Organic Chemistry of Computer Science'

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While many organizations within Australia work to implement the newly enacted Australian Privacy Principles (APPs), organizations outside the country may wonder in what way the new law affects their business practices. In this Privacy Tracker post, IAPP Westin Fellow Dennis Holmes outlines aspects of the APPs that non-Australian businesses, particularly service providers, may want to pay attention to, including the privacy commissioner’s interpretation of “carrying on business” that “departs from the traditional notion of that standard in Australian law.” Holmes notes that the newness of the APPs makes it unclear how they will be applied, but “companies must understand whether they are subject to liability under the new rules and take meaningful steps toward full compliance if so.” (IAPP member login required.)
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