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Viewing entries tagged with 'GDPR'

Algorithmic transparency: what happens when the computer says “no”? Vanessa Blackwood
29 November 2017

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At Nethui, I was delighted to hear the Minister for Government Digital Services, Hon Clare Curran, bring up algorithmic transparency as a concept that needs further exploration. It was a statement that prompted the following speaker, Jillian C. York of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, to express happy surprise - that a government minister would publicly acknowledge the importance of algorithmic transparency.

Providing an adequate level of data protection: an ongoing process Blair Stewart
27 January 2017

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The New Zealand Privacy Act 1993 was formally recognised by the European Commission (EC) in 2012 as meeting European legal standards of data protection thereby facilitating the free flow of personal data from EU countries to New Zealand for processing.

Asian Privacy Scholars Network 5th International Conference Joy Liddicoat
11 January 2017

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Privacy scholars from the Asia Pacific region recently gathered to share research, ask difficult questions, push the boundaries of privacy concepts and grapple with the challenges of new technology. Several themes emerged including cultural concepts of privacy, the pervasive collection of personal information, challenges to rights of access to personal information and the impact of the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

NZ's 'Adequacy' under the EU Data Protection Directive Blair Stewart
24 December 2015

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There have been a couple of recent developments that are relevant to the status New Zealand enjoys as an ‘adequate’ third country under the EU Data Protection Directive.