The following articles have the tag privacy
Data from drivers' licences will be uploaded to the Federal Government's database.
New research uncovers the specific data leaked through hospital breaches.
Readily available consumer spyware products potentially violate a range of Australian laws.
The US Federal Trade Commission is aiming to prevent Facebook from deceiving users.
Does Centrelink have the power to check your bank account?
New car owners could have their driving activity recorded.
Fear not: erasing yourself from the internet is possible.
Google has released a must download extension for its internet browser Google Chrome.
Many Australians are calling for Privacy Act exemptions for pollies to be changed.
Do you know that some websites track how often you visit and any products you ...
Are you eager to reclaim some personal privacy?
PM announces push to make companies pay for mining your data.
Scammers are increasingly catching out people by impersonating well-known businesses.
Draft legislation will give the Government power to access your smartphone data.
Top digital consultant says My Health Record could be the next tech wreck.
Experts explain compelling reasons to use My Health Record platform.
A new technology is raising privacy concerns in Australia and all over the world.
It’s Privacy Awareness Week next week. No joking.
The most important and effective way to protect your computer.
The identities of three MPs and a footballer were cracked by a team of academics.
PayPal has been left red-faced after it was forced to admit a massive data breach.
Analysis of dating apps has shown that many of them leak data.
New investigation reveals DHS knew private Medicare details were for sale.
Experts abandon old advice and recommend a new tip to keep your data safe.
Follow these simple steps to protect your valuable personal information.
Controversial text message has people questioning their phone security.
Do you use ‘incognito’ mode? It might not hide as much as you think!
Companies are increasingly prying into your private communications.
The Government launches an independent review into Medicare accessibility.
Four everyday technologies that are spying on you, and how to turn them off.
A popular site for illegal products offers Medicare details for $30.
Will cutting back on costs mean cutting back on protection?
We all take the internet and social media for granted, but, unfortunately, so do cyber ...
Do you ever see ads online that seem to be specifically targeting you?
The feature allows you to discover users who live nearby or attend the same events.
When will Australian businesses accept their responsibilities?
While we all enjoy modern technology; the monitoring these devices perform is another story.
The emails of 280 million people worldwide are being scanned by the US Government.
The ABS warns that boycotting the Census will result in fines.
Credit reporting agency Veda is being criticised for allegedly selling private data.
The personal data of 425 million internet users has been hacked and sold online.
Drew explains how to boost your privacy settings on social media.
Government agencies still trying to access metadata.
No one in the Immigration Minister’s office read the press release.
Greens senator Scott Ludlam’s tips for keeping your metadata private.
Learn how to create a memorable and hack-proof internet password.
Victorian police officers sought access to customer metadata 63,000 times in 2013/14.
New anti-terror laws are expected to pass the senate before the end of the week. ...
Google’s terms of service have been updated to spell out its right to scan your ...
Telstra has been fined for breaching the privacy of 15,775 customers.
Any Google+ user can email your Gmail account if you don’t opt out of this ...
Retail giant Coles is in the process of applying for a banking licence
If you believe the rumour mill, hashtags are just around the corner.
In an Australian first, QLD police plan to use unmanned drones
Facebook has added the first phase of its ‘Graph Search’ function
Internet security experts extremely concerned about the privacy of Facebook users
Yesterday saw an escalation of the power of social media in two different, but related ...
Most Facebook users would agree that the site is a great way to share ...
From July this year passengers travelling through Australian International Airports can be ...
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