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Roundup: India, Australia, US and more

India’s attorney general says the government is mulling over a comprehensive data protection law expected to be released by August. Australia’s metadata-retention law has hit the end of its implementation period with critics continuing to say it misses the point. In the U.S., at least 10 states are ...
NZ Commissioner's Summit experience
Ever wonder what a privacy commissioner gets out of an IAPP conference? Read the daily diary, then, of New Zealand Privacy Commissioner John Edwards, who has provided two posts about his trip to the United States for the IAPP Global Privacy Summit. Day one saw him traveling with fellow privacy and d...
Trump's cybersecurity plan could come this week
President Donald Trump has yet to produce a cybersecurity plan within the first 90 days of taking office, despite claims he would have a plan in that time, CNet reports. Cybersecurity professionals are hoping President Trump works quickly to address the pressing issue. "Cyberspace security is critic...
Podcast: Live from Summit with Alvaro Bedoya
At the IAPP's Global Privacy Summit in Washington yesterday, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, editor of The Privacy Advisor, sat down to record a live podcast with Alvaro Bedoya, director of Georgetown Law's Center on Privacy and Technology. In this episode of the podcast, hear Bedoya talk about his time ...
Notes from the iappANZ, 21 April 2017
This week’s APAC Digest traverses a range of privacy hot topics in Australia and India. Here’s the news in 60 seconds:   In Australia, eCommerce retailers Showpo and Black Swallow have settled their data breach dispute, after Showpo alleged one of its former graphic designers downloaded the company...