Katrine Evans

4
Oct

Informal submission on DIA’s Customer Nominated Services AISA

The Department of Internal Affairs recently conducted public consultation on its proposed information sharing agreement (AISA) for Customer Nominated Services. The Foundation wasn’t able to comment before the formal deadline, but DIA offered us the opportunity to comment informally. The Customer Nominated Services AISA is intended to replace multiple existing information matching agreements. It lays the groundwork to develop new information sharing mechanisms with

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27
Sep

Individual access and transparency rights are increasingly vital in our digital age

Statement to mark international Right to Know Day September 28 is international Right to Know Day, which recognises people’s rights to access both their own information and information about government. The Privacy Foundation is taking the opportunity to help to promote those rights, which are centrally important both for personal privacy and a flourishing democracy. “Transparency and information access rights

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10
Oct

When reading the terms and conditions isn’t enough

Everyone knows it’s important to read the small print before signing up to something – but how many of us actually do it? Ts and Cs aren’t always that user-friendly, particularly if you’re trying to read them on the small screen of your phone. Even if we can read them, understanding what they’re on about isn’t always straightforward. And if

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