Mar 042016
 March 4, 2016  Laws, Non-U.S.

Paris Cowan reports:

A committee of NSW legislators has backed the introduction of new laws that would allow individuals to seek legal redress over serious breaches of their privacy.

The state parliament’s standing committee on law and justice has joined a chorus of commissions and inquiries in recent years to support the introduction of such a statute, which would fill gaps left by the Commonwealth Privacy Act.

The national Act applies only to the treatment of information and does not apply to individuals or small businesses.

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