[LINK] Protecting your online privacy
Tue, 20 Mar 2001 21:40:34 +1100 (EST)
Forget privacy on-line when the law allows it.
I just lodged a complaint with the Office of the Federal Privacy
Commissioner against the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, complaining that
CASA are exceeding the Privacy Act by releasing my personal details about
my aircraft registration on the Internet in the form of a downloadable
OFPC determined that CASA regulations require them to make the aircraft
register publically available subject to whatever conditions they care to
I have the correspondence on a restricted access web site. Email me off
list if you want the access detail.
LANNet Computing Associates <http://lannetlinux.com>
"...well, it worked before _you_ touched it!" --me
"I trust just one person,
and there are times when I don't even trust myself"
On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, Tony Barry wrote:
> Protecting your online privacy
> Concerned about your online privacy? Well youíre not alone. In fact,
> a recent Roy
> Morgan Research poll indicated that "the majority of Australians (56
> percent) are
> worried about invasion of privacy issues created by new information
> How do you protect yourself?