Tag: privacy

Australian Privacy Principles: What Are They And What Do They Mean?

by Daniel Dewar on
australian privacy principles come into effect march 12

As of March 12 the Australian Privacy Principles came into effect. Here’s what you need to know.   We often write about data at Datalicious. Truth be told, it’s all we write about. On March 12 2014 the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) came into effect, replacing the National Privacy Principles which form part of the Privacy Act 1988. The Australian Privacy Principles came into effect on March 12. Source: Shutterstock.   There are 13 new privacy principles included as part of the change, set out over 5 parts. You can […]

Did technology kill data privacy and ethics?

by Daniel Dewar on

Are you collecting data to add value to consumers? Chris Bartens offers strategies to stay ahead of data privacy and ethics changes in 2014.   In November we attended the Data Symposium for 2013 in the Hunter Valley. One of the hot topics of the conference was data privacy – with significant changes to Australian privacy law coming into play from March 2014 many marketers were interested in strategies and techniques to avoid huge fines and negative PR. Chris Bartens, Founder and Director of data marketing agency Datalicious, was one of the […]

Tableau Public data visualisation and interactive dashboard on German politician’s phone call data

by Christian Bartens on

The German newspaper Die Zeit and the EFF recently wrote about the German politician Malte Spitz from the Greens who procured and then published all the data that a local telco had been collecting on him by default over months. Apart from being a …