Papers

Nigel Waters has published extensively - the following is a selection of topical articles, conference papers, and submissions.

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More than 20 academic papers are online in the Social Science Research Network e-Library (Search Author = Nigel Waters)

bullet Responding to new challenges to privacy through law reform: A privacy advocate's perspective, in Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law - Comparative Perspectives, (Ed) Witzleb, Lindsay, Paterson and Rodrick, Cambridge University Press 2014
bullet Privacy Impact Assessment - Great potential not often realised, in Privacy Impact Assessment, Edited by Wright and De Hert, Springer, 2012
bullet Privacy Regulatory Models and the Consumer, December 2011
bullet A civil society perspective on international privacy developments and their implications for Australia and New Zealand, November 2011
bullet APEC Cross Borders Privacy Rules - ready to party but will anyone come? Sept 2011
bullet The APEC Privacy Framework - moving forward or treading water, July 2011
bullet Privacy Impact Assessment in Practice - lessons from 20 years experience in Australia July 2011 
bullet Privacy and Information Security - is mandatory data breach notification the answer ? July 2011
bullet Cost-Benefit Case for APEC CBPR remains elusive, March 2011
bullet Civil Society papers relating to the APEC Privacy initiative
bullet Who am I? Dispelling the annoyingly persistent myth of a single answer. A paper for [Id]entity 08 conference
bullet Privacy losses in anti-terror laws, 2005
bullet Government Surveillance in Australia, 2006
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'Spam and Chips' - An introduction to Privacy Law for Smaller Businesses, Oct 2004

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Articles, columns and editorials in Privacy Law and Policy Reporter 1994-2006 (Co-Editor)

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Privacy - Hot Topic 45 - Legal Access Information Centre, State Library of New South Wales, ISSN 1322-4301;No 45, May 2004

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'Surveillance-Off': Beyond Privacy Impact Assessment - Design Principles to Minimize Privacy Intrusion, 16th Annual Privacy Laws and Business International Conference: Transforming Risk Assessment into Everyday Compliance with Data Protection Law; St John's College, Cambridge, England, 7-9 July 2003, (forthcoming publication in conference proceedings and in book edited by Paul Roth, University of Otago)

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Assessing the impact of overseas Privacy laws, LexisNexis Butterworth's Conference Privacy in Practice, Sydney, 5-6 December 2002

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The European influence on privacy law and practice, conference on the International Dimensions of E-commerce and Cyberspace Regulation, Baker & McKenzie Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, University of New South Wales, October 2002

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Privacy exemptions in FOI Laws - an unnecessary barrier to accountability, International Symposium on Freedom of Information and Privacy, Auckland, 28 March 2002

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Can the media and privacy ever get on? National Privacy Conference, Melbourne 26-27 November 2001 and ACIJ National Conference Public Right to Know, 26-28 October 2001

For copies of the papers not linked, contact Nigel Waters

Nigel Waters is also a principal author of Australian Privacy Foundation Submissions. see www.privacy.org.au

 

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