May 072015
 May 7, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Paris Cowan reports:

NSW Privacy Commissioner Dr Elizabeth Coombs has repeated her call for the state government to shore up privacy legislation governing the public sector with explicit provisions for how personal data should be protected interstate and overseas.

Last year then-Attorney General Brad Hazzard told the Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) he wanted a legislative amendment to address offshore data hosting obligations.

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