New privacy taskforce announced after leak of G20 leaders’ details

Paul Farrell reports:

Australia’s immigration department has announced the creation of a new taskforce to strengthen the handling of sensitive information following an embarrassing data breach involving the personal details of G20 world leaders.


The immigration department has been involved in several other serious privacy breaches since 2012, including the disclosure of details of almost 10,000 people in immigration detention, as well as breaches involving the loss of payroll data.

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