Nov 172016
 November 17, 2016  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Asha McLean reports:

Former New South Wales Deputy Privacy Commissioner Anna Johnston has called out the state’s newly formed Data Analytics Centre (DAC) for not providing a clear definition of de-identified data to government agencies when collecting its data.

The DAC was first announced last year by NSW Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Victor Dominello with the catchphrase of data being one of the greatest assets held by government when it is not buried away in bureaucracy.

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