Australia proposes hefty fines for privacy breaches

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Australia proposes hefty fines for privacy breaches
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Australia proposes hefty fines for privacy breaches

The country is specifically targetting social media platforms - the boogeyman du jour

The Australian government has released a draft copy of a bill it hopes will help to boost online privacy protection, through an expansion of the country's Privacy Act. 'The goal of the Bill is t...

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