Nov 192015
 November 19, 2015  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S.

Paris Cowan reports:

Australian Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has warned businesses that de-identifying datasets will not absolve them of the need to meet the stringent information protection demands of the Privacy Act.

Speaking to the International Association of Privacy Professionals today, Pilgrim said even anonymised datasets should be treated the same as personally identifiable information to future-proof organisations against increasingly sophisticated data matching efforts.

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