Sketchy marketers, surveillance capitalists, and all manner of dodgy dealers like to ask intrusive questions you shouldn’t have to answer. Unfortunately, the magic* of computers means the forms they make you use can require certain fields to be filled in. Unlike a paper form, you can’t just leave them blank, but there is something you […]
EFA joins DRW and APF to file a joint complaint with the OAIC regarding Bunnings, Kmart, and The Good Guys use of facial surveillance.
EFA and DRW complained to the ABC about an article on facial surveillance that was we are concerned that we believe is actively harmful, misleading, and overlooks essential legal and ethical points.
Customers were shocked to learn that major Australian retailers are using face surveillance. EFA demands that they stop.
EFA has made a submission to the Draft Online Safety (Basic Online Safety Expectations) Determination 2021 consultation and we encourage you to make one as well. If you’re unsure how to go about writing a submission, check out this video we made with our friends at Digital Rights Watch: Submissions close today, so get cracking! […]