While the use of biometric templates, such as using your fingerprint to sign-in to your smartphone, is increasingly common, a recent Full Bench decision from the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in Jeremy Lee v Superior … Continued
The so called ‘IP exemption’ (section 51(3) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA)) has historically provided a carve out for IP rights holders for agreements and arrangements which would otherwise breach certain restrictive … Continued
Background On 3 April 2018, new laws and policy principles were introduced to regulate the operation of Digital Currency Exchanges (DCEs) in Australia. DCEs are businesses that exchange digital currency for fiat currency (e.g. Dollars, … Continued
2017 has been another frenetic and significant year for the technology sector. In keeping with Commvault and Maddocks’ joint mission to deliver you practical guidance, our end of year wrap-up highlights the most significant technology … Continued
In a world where data continues to grow at exponential rates, many organisations are already struggling to control their data. Add to that an environment of increasing regulation where cyber-attacks and data breaches are becoming … Continued
The Communications Alliance has released a draft Industry Guideline: Fibre Ready Pit And Pipe Specification for Real Estate Development Projects which is open for comments until May 30. While the guidelines are quite technical, understanding … Continued
By now there can be no doubt that legal obligations on company directors and officers to discharge their duties with care and diligence extend into the field of cyber security. As a director or board … Continued
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