Privacy Podcast 6 and notes

Reimagining privacy or Privacy 2.0 The Office of the PC – how are they dealing with this? Privacy 2.0 is about taking the opportunity for a reboot and assess the regulatory model. 4-5 new policy initiatives arising from the new Privacy Act 2020: Mandatory privacy...

Privacy Podcast 5 and notes

The new IPP 12 Focus: the new globalised digital data economy Recognising the free flow of data – trade talks, international economic conversations, etc, but with some limits on disclosure internationally All international players are subject to NZ’s law whether they...

Privacy Podcast 4 and notes

Compliance and Enforcement Under the 1993 Act, the failure by agencies to take their obligations seriously has seen complaints take the centre. An individual makes a complaint and the Office of the PC investigates it and notifies the agency, informs them of their...

Privacy Podcast 3 and notes

Access Directions Principle 6 of the Privacy Act: the right of an individual to request access to their own personal information Important consumer right that is still at the heart of the Privacy Act 2020 Access is a privacy right; New Zealanders have had the right to...

Privacy Podcast 2 and notes

The mandatory privacy breach notification Voluntary notification system with data breaches – encouraging agencies to inform when things go wrong, so the PC can advise what to do and learn of what the vulnerabilities are and communicate more widely as to risk...

Privacy Podcast 1 and notes

The changes to The Privacy Act 1993 with the new Privacy Act 2020 An introduction to the Privacy Act 2020 with John Edwards, New Zealand’s Privacy Commissioner and Joanna Hayward, the General Counsel The key drivers for reform: Multiple tweaks and adjustments have...