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The Australian Senate has failed to pass mandatory data breach notification reform laws, which were expected to go into effect by March of next year. The Senate has now taken its break until the next election. The proposed law was described by the Australian Law Reform Commission in 2008 as a “long-overdue measure,” Business Spectator reports. The Senate did pass laws last week requiring commonwealth public officials to report suspected wrongdoing, reports The Register. Meanwhile, a new report says that many Australian data-driven firms are using consumer data to support existing beliefs rather than “achieve fresh insights.” Financial Review cautions that the bill’s failure “should not let companies off the hook.”
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