Pressing issues with our outdated privacy law may finally get a kickstart on 23 September, writes Nelson Siva of Solution Dynamics
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New Zealand organisations that collect, store, use, and share personal information should review their privacy policies and practices to confirm that these remain up-to-date, writes Ross Johnston of Kensington Swan.
One seemingly unshakeable truth about the online world since it began is this: The Internet never forgets. Once you post anything online, it is recoverable forever -- the claims of former IRS official Lois Lerner about "lost" emails notwithstanding. Even promises of photos disappearing after a few seconds have been shown to be bogus.