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Digital rights are human rights which see their expression online

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Concerns around proposed amendments to Privacy Act

Digital Rights Watch have raised deep concerns over proposed changes to the Privacy Act, citing the need for community and expert consultation before any legislation is introduced. “The announcement made by the Attorney General is yet another sign that this Government is ill-equipped to adequately protect citizen’s personal data in a digital age,” said Digital […]

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Submission to Senate inquiry into Census 2016

Read Digital Rights Watch’s submission to the Senate Economics References Committee inquiry into the 2016 Census

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Using ‘Free’ Online Services

Free online services may not cost you any money to use, however, it is important to be aware that there is still a transaction taking place between you and the providing company. Rather than paying in money, you are paying with information about yourself.

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