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Forbes - GDPR: Compliance Challenge Or Marketing Opportunity?

Forbes, March 6 2019: There has been much hand-wringing among marketers over the European Union’s recently implemented data privacy rules. Yes, they have important implications for marketers doing business in Europe. And it’s true that failure to comply can result in significant penalties.

Norton Rose Fulbright, Feb. 27 2019: With significant enforcement activity and new laws being enacted or proposed since the start of the year, regulators in the EU and the US, several US states, and the US Congress are showing they mean business in terms of data privacy.

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ZD Net - GAO gives Congress go-ahead for a GDPR-like privacy legislation

ZD Net, Feb. 15 2019: An independent report authored by a US government auditing agency has recommended that Congress develop internet data privacy legislation to enhance consumer protections, similar to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Digiday- 5 things we learned about GDPR in 2018

Digiday, Dec. 18 2019: Love it or hate it, the arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation became the biggest topic — and cause of hand-wringing — for advertising companies across Europe in 2018. 


AdExchanger: As Data Proliferates, Publishers Grapple With Understanding Its Value

AdExchanger - July 28, 2017: Australia’s Breach notification laws come into effect next February and will mean a host of new requirements will be imposed on any business managing data in Australia. In brief terms, a data breach is suffered when there is unauthorized access of personal information. This article expands on why Publishers need to better understand data management, storage, and capability. 

New digital data legislation proposed for 2019

New laws slated to be in effect in 2019, will give consumers new rights to use their digital data, and data holders permission to be proactive about data possibilities.

The Data Sharing and Release Act (DSR) designed as part of a new data management framework, by the Productivity Commission (PC) and proposed in the PC’s recent report examining Australia’s use of data, will create a new lens through which to view data; as a valuable asset being created and utilised, not merely a risk or an overhead.

Regulations     Regulations     IAB Australia     2017
The Australian: Regulatory systems are struggling in digital age

The Australian - Nov. 15, 2016: Data, it’s the electricity of our age. Global internet traffic is predicted to nearly triple over the next five years, driving billions of dollars of investment in the construction of new data centres that enable our digital lives.

Sydney Morning Herald: Big data revolution comes at a huge cost

SMH - Nov. 15, 2016: Two-and-a-half years ago, the financial world was full of hype about a great new system that would lead to cheaper loans for customers who paid their bills on time.

Regulations     Regulations     2016
ZDNet: Big W confirms customer data exposure

ZDNet - Nov. 14, 2016: The discount department store ceased online shopping operations last Thursday after customer data was pre-populating as a result of a 'technical issue'.

Data Availability and Use: Productivity Commission Draft Report - Oct. 2016

The Government draft report was released on 3 November 2016. The public is invited to examine the draft report and to make written submissions by Monday 12 December 2016.

The final report is expected to be handed to the Australian Government in March 2017.

Review the Data Availability and Use paper and the overview guide below. Also included is an infographic.


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