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Michael Webster: Privacy Commissioner on his call for the right to be forgotten

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The Privacy Commissioner wants to review the Privacy Act and introduce a right to be forgotten.

He's concerned social media is posing a major risk for children's privacy and parents need help navigating it.

A survey by his office raised concerns around young people not having the capacity to make fully informed decisions about their digital footprint and its implications later down the line.

Michael Webster told Heather du Plessis-Allan the right to be forgotten should be a fundamental one.

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See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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6287 episodes

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Manage episode 413116184 series 2098282
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The Privacy Commissioner wants to review the Privacy Act and introduce a right to be forgotten.

He's concerned social media is posing a major risk for children's privacy and parents need help navigating it.

A survey by his office raised concerns around young people not having the capacity to make fully informed decisions about their digital footprint and its implications later down the line.

Michael Webster told Heather du Plessis-Allan the right to be forgotten should be a fundamental one.

LISTEN ABOVE

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  continue reading

6287 episodes

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