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|... by respondents in relation to fee consents were the duplication of information, complexity of information requirements, privacy concerns when passing on consent and the level of prescription in the written consent. Stakeholders also expressed concerns ...|
|... for the period, with only 68% of those reported within 30 days of the incident. Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner Angelene Falk said 38% of all data breaches notified during the period were attributed to human error. "In the ...|
|... ordered to audit certain procedures, after a member's complaint to a federal regulator found the fund interfered with their privacy. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) on December 16 delivered a judgement on a complaint that ...|
|... responsibilities as trustee of your superannuation seriously and you can rest assured your retirement savings, data and privacy have never been at risk." 10. Merged First State Super reveals new brand (July 15) Following its merger with VicSuper, the ...|
|... overnight, claiming Facebook has used an "unlawful scheme" and illegal monopoly power to suppress competition and degrade privacy protections. The FTC said Facebook is "illegally maintaining its personal social networking monopoly through a years-long ...|
|... represents a formal complaint by the clients about ASIC and states that the fee consent form is an invasion of client privacy that will not be accepted. The clients allegedly said they will not accept an increase in duplicated compliance and the $1400 ...|
|... have achieved." Later De Ferrari offered some explanation for his refusal to comment. He said he needed to protect the privacy and confidentiality of the matters: "Because I need to have an environment where our employees feel confident and safe to speak ...|
|... "While it appears to be altruistic, the FSC's campaign to change the law has always been a Trojan horse to push past the privacy and other legal rights of their disabled claimants and gain greater control over their medical treatment. "Until the Committee's ...|
|... candidates. The exam's testing of advice documentation requirements, the difference between personal and general advice, the Privacy Act and Anti-money Laundering Act were among the areas where advisers were most likely to underperform. Understanding ...|
|... Zuckerberg has added almost US$15 billion to his net worth this year, even as the company faces backlash around security and privacy concerns. Alongside Amazon, Bezos also owns space exploration company Blue Origin and newspaper The Washington Post which ...|
The Australian Taxation Office yesterday couldn't answer exactly how many stapling-triggered employer checks it expects, but maintained its readiness for a July 1 go-live.
The asset manager is partnering with a start-up to build a new platform for institutional investors to trade digital currencies.
Australia's largest superannuation fund is taking issue with the proposed stapling regulations, arguing that the model is backwards and will not protect members from being stuck in dud funds.
The prudential regulator has commenced industry consultation on revisions to the prudential standards for life insurers to protect life insurance policy holders against the use of offshore reinsurers.
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