Please review the following privacy materials for the next lecture.
General information - OAIC, Australian Privacy Foundation, Electronic Frontiers
How prevalent (and relevant) are privacy concerns in Australia? How would you pursue a privacy complaint?
Legislation - look at the Privacy Act and the National Privacy Principles. Are further reforms on the way?
Case reports - review (and be ready to discuss) some privacy decisions, whether made by the Federal Privacy Commissioner or the Australian Information Commissioner.
You should also be aware of relevant case law in this area - is there a right to privacy at common law? Will there be in the future?
Art 17 of ICCPR.
For example - Google, News
Are cookies a privacy concern, or a part of everyday life?
Google and more Google
Then Google maps - what have been the different responses around the world?
Facebook and also here
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This website has some useful links and references: http://www.epiphanysolutions.co.uk/article-index/rights-and-laws-of-the-internet/