Australian technology companies, and foreign companies employing Australian staff, may consider liability waivers to reduce their legal risks under the Assistance and Access Bill, also known as the AABill.
I provide an example of an AABill liability waiver below. Is it exaggerated? Continue reading “AABill Liability Waiver”
Open Banking is powered by consents and authorisations. To have a crack at finding betters deals on financial services and to eventually save money, consumers must consent and authorise. Continue reading “Open Banking: Consent + Authorisation = Better Deals?”
To participate in Open Banking (my introduction to Open Banking Australia) and become a Data Recipient, organisations must be accredited. The ACCC defines a process of Accreditation to vet and approve Data Recipients under the CDR Rules Framework that governs Open Banking. The ACCC also provides some references on information security. Continue reading “Open Banking Accreditation”
Open Banking is coming to Australia.
The initiative will exhume customer data buried in banks’ databases, enable seamless data sharing and drive the banking industry to be more competitive for the benefits of consumers. Continue reading “Open Banking Australia”
Is Brazil, which national motto is “Order and Progress”, too careless in ignoring the stern advice of cyber security specialists against their full commitment to electronic voting? Continue reading “Brazilian E-voting, Progress or Disorder?”
Should businesses in Australia and other non-EU countries care about 24 versions of GDPR? Continue reading “Privacy Babelism”
Criminals, government officials and privacy conscious citizens share a fondness for secure communications. Continue reading “(In)Secure Messaging”
The CEO of an Australian FinTech startup says he is considering excluding the EU from his business plan, because the upcoming new EU regulation on consumer data protection, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), brings challenges that would outweigh potential business benefits in the EU region in the short term.
Continue reading “Should Australian startups skip the EU because of GDPR?”