Latitude Financial Data Breach Proves Privacy Must Take Priority
The massive Latitude Financial data breach proves privacy laws must prioritise the interests of Australians over corporations and cops.
From little things, big things grow…
With no disrespect to Australian music legend Paul Kelly, this blog is not about his famous song of the same name, but rather it is a reference to how privacy and information security risks are either frequently overlooked, not properly evaluated or deliberately shifted by organizations to consumers with potentially very serious consequences. An EFA […]
EFA Welcomes Government Action on Privacy as an Overdue First Step
Electronic Frontiers Australia welcomes the Australian government’s moves to change the incentives for how organisations manage Australians’ personal information.
EFA Statement on Optus Data Breach
The Optus data breach shows that individual action cannot protect us from systemic problems. We need systemic action.
EFA Statement Regarding Cloudflare
Electronic Frontiers Australia calls on Cloudflare to provide a detailed statement of reasons that explain its approach to balancing competing rights and interests.