September 14, 2010 Non-U.S.
Ry Crozier reports:
A university research group has criticised the Privacy Commissioner for delays in handling complaints against telcos.
The Privacy Commissioner has been contacted for comment and will release a statement later this afternoon.
The Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre report found that about 21,000 telecommunications-related privacy complaints were lodged with three bodies in the past year.
The Privacy Commissioner received 110 complaints but took an average of six months to resolve them, the group centred at the University of NSW said.
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