Opting out of targeted ads, and a 'right to be forgotten': Government agrees to sweeping privacy reforms
The government has agreed to proposals that would allow Australians to opt out of targeted advertising, require search engines to "de-index" certain information about them, and draw small businesses into Australia's privacy scheme.

Hopefully by “require an entity to delete or de-identify their personal information.” They mean we get to choose and not the people supposedly doing the deleting. Cos otherwise they will “de-identify” and we all know that means piss all in reality.

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