Sep 222014
 September 22, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Paris Cowan reports:

Victoria’s Attorney-General Robert Clark has announced that David Watts will become the state’s inaugural privacy and data protection commissioner, following the successful passage of revised privacy legislation.

The new role has been created through the consolidation of functions previously formed by the Victorian privacy commissioner and the police-focused commissioner for law enforcement data security.

It will be a seamless transition for Watts, who has been acting in both roles for some time.

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