data protection

A partnership with Microsoft will trial the use of AI within the Australian Public Service, even while safety policies are still being developed.

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As cyber attacks increase, healthcare providers risk a loss of patient trust if they cannot guarantee information security.

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Laws and policies must keep up with ever-evolving cyber threats to personal privacy and national security.

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Online sexual violence can be deadly. A landmark new Indonesian law is a promising start, but doesn’t go far enough to stamp it out.

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Any ban on TikTok ignores the bigger issue of who should control personal data in the first place: the individuals who use any app.

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Open data initiatives could give developing economies the edge in the fourth industrial revolution. India’s approach offers learnings for all.

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Harnessing the value of open data requires reflection on who benefits most.

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Governments can and do use artificial intelligence to direct their citizens and their policy. But are we prepared for how far it could go?

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