AU: Adobe privacy breach sparks call to move on alert laws

Sarah Martin reports:

A security breach that led to the personal information of up to 1.7 million Australians being hacked — including passwords and credit card information — has fuelled calls for the government to fast-track privacy alert laws.

Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has released his final report into the investigation of software giant Adobe, finding the organisation had breached the Privacy Act by failing to protect the personal information it held.

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