Aug 192014
 
 August 19, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

From the Office of the New Zealand Privacy Commissioner:

In trying to resolve a privacy dispute or complaint, the Privacy Commissioner has the power to make people attend a compulsory conference. This is a little known feature of the Privacy Act and it has been perhaps underutilised in the 21 years that the Act has been around.

But that will be changing with a new impetus to use these meetings to make a restorative difference.

Read more on privacy.org.nz. It’s not quite a beer summit, but sounds like a good idea to me!

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