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Understanding Australian privacy laws and how they relate to facial recognition

Join expert lawyer Shah Rusiti from Teece Hodgson & Ward for an in depth discussion and Q&A on Australian Privacy Laws around facial recognition. 

In this live webinar you will learn about the key privacy obligations, such as collection of data, practical ways to obtain consent, the difference between personal information & sensitive information and a whole lot more.

You will also have the chance to ask questions. Whether you want to know how to customise your privacy policy for your business activities, need advice on how to best explain why data is collected, or better understand your obligations if someone asks you to delete their information, Shah will answer the questions that matter most to you.

Date: Wednesday 17th March
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Where: Zoom online

About Shah Rusiti

Shah is an Accredited Specialist in Business Law with Teece Hodgson & Ward, Sydney. Shah was admitted to practice in 1983. He has been a NSW Law Society Accredited Specialist in Business Law since 1994 and has over 30 years’ experience in business and commercial law.

Shah is a Member of the NSW Law Society Business Law Specialist Accreditation Committee and regular speaker for Legal Education Conferences, including TVED, Legalwise and UNSW. Shah is also an author on a range of business and commercial law topics.

Register today and get these free bonus guides following the webinar

Australian Privacy Laws Guide

This 40 page guide includes everything you need to know about Australian Privacy Laws. Commissioned by Nirovision and produced by expert lawyer Shah Rusiti, it’s completely free and something you can refer to anytime for information about key privacy obligations.

5 steps to having the privacy conversation

This easy 5-Step Guide to having the privacy conversation includes advice on explaining privacy obligations under the Privacy Act, how to remain compliant while meeting your business needs, and how to communicate this to your workforce.