Privacy and Data Protection in Australia: A critical overview (extended abstract)

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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.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationData 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 pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2017


  • Australian privacy law
  • Legal requirements
  • Privacy modelling


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