Sep 252014
 September 25, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Randal Jackson reports:

One third of New Zealanders surveyed by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner feel they are not in control of the way the government uses their information, says Privacy Commissioner John Edwards.

And that is an understatement, adds newly appointed Government Chief Privacy Officer Russell Burnand.

Read more on Computerworld (NZ).

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