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This extended abstract describes the regulation of privacy under Australian laws and policies. In the CRC D2D programme, we will develop a strategy to model legal requirements in a situation that is far from clear. Law enforcement agencies are facing big floods of data to be acquired, stored, assessed and used. We will propose in the final paper a linked data regulatory model to organise and set the legal and policy requirements to model privacy in this unstructured context.
|Title of host publication||Data Privacy Controls and Vocabularies.|
|Subtitle of host publication||A W3C Workshop on Privacy and Linked Data. 17–18 April 2018, WU Wien, Vienna, Austria, Europe|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Australian privacy law
- Legal requirements
- Privacy modelling
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Las dimensiones ética y jurídica de la web de datos. Instrumentos regulativos, derechos y el Estado de Derecho.
30/12/16 → 29/12/19
Project: Research Projects and Other Grants