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COVID-19: Privacy Obligations and Cyber Security for Business

The OAIC has released guidance on how employers may continue complying with their privacy obligations, whilst collecting and disclosing personal information in order to manage the spread of coronavirus. As more employees work from home, the ACCC’s Scamwatch has warned…

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COVID-19: Privacy Obligations and Cyber Security for Business

27/03/2020

The OAIC has released guidance on how employers may continue complying with their privacy obligations, whilst collecting and disclosing personal information in order to manage the spread of coronavirus. As more employees work from home, the ACCC’s Scamwatch has warned…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Permitting Sales of “Take Away” Liquor in SA

26/03/2020

Restrictions on public gatherings have affected “on premise” businesses. On 25 March 2020, the SA licensing authority announced new measures to permit some affected licensees to offer sales of “take away” liquor.

This is one of an ongoing series of Alerts on liquor licensing issues for the hospitality sector in the evolving COVID-19 crisis. Please see, Liquor Licensing Information for Hospitality Industry SA – Free Short-Term Licences The COVID-19 related restrictions on…

COVID-19: Resources and Renewable Energy Personnel Self-Quarantine Requirements

25/03/2020

Under the Cross Border Travel Direction 2020, are resources and renewable energy personnel required to self-quarantine for 14 days after entering South Australia?

The COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve. Ever-increasing and unprecedented restrictions on “non-essential” activity continue to emerge. To assist in reducing the spread of COVID-19 within South Australia, restrictions have been placed on the movement of travellers into the State of…