Privacy Babelism

Privacy Babelism

Should businesses in Australia and other non-EU countries care about 24 versions of GDPR? Continue reading “Privacy Babelism”

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Should Australian startups skip the EU because of GDPR?

Should Australian startups skip the EU because of GDPR?

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.

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Australia’s war on encryption: Idiocy or Miscommunication?

Australia’s war on encryption: Idiocy or Miscommunication?

King Idiot?

Australia would be the “King Idiot” of the internet according to ZDNet and other reports such as boingboing. The honorific title would be reportedly deserved, because the Australian Prime Minister, Mr Turnbull, has made a controversial statement on the laws of mathematics in a context referring to encrypted communications used for evil. Continue reading “Australia’s war on encryption: Idiocy or Miscommunication?”

From Privacy Weakness to Business Strength

From Privacy Weakness to Business Strength

How to turn a business’ privacy weakness into a business strength?

Business is lost over privacy concerns, because we distrust most organisations in handling our personal information according to the latest OAIC privacy survey (ACAPS 2017). I believe in the opportunity to further grow online business through better privacy  management with further privacy focus, transparency and giving easy control to online customers on their personal data.
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