New Zealand’s new privacy commissioner gave an interview on his first day in office, and ONE News covered it:
The man charged with safeguarding our privacy says public faith in government agencies needs to be rebuilt.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards says he wants to help rebuild public confidence that personal information is safe.
“There are rules, and those rules need to be respected,” he said.
Mr Edwards’s comments come as privacy whistleblower Bronwyn Pullar calls for more power and resources for the Privacy Commission.
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