Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, University of New South Wales
Interpreting Privacy Principles research project
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This project is being auspiced by UNSW Law Faculty's Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, with major activities also occurring at AustLII.

Information about the other participants and investigators can be found under the Participants heading.

About UNSW

UNSW Law Faculty is one of the pre-eminent Law Faculties in Australia with over 2000 students enrolled each semester in 9 major programs in the Law School involving more than 20 Intellectual Property, IT and Communications specialist courses, as well as significant research activity. < >

About the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre (CyberLPC)

The CyberLPC at at UNSW Faculty of Law provides a focus for research, public interest advocacy and education on issues of law and policy relating to digital transactions in cyberspace. Its founding sponsors were the local and global partners of Baker & McKenzie, a leading international law firm; its work is currently mostly funded by research grants. The Centre's work covers intellectual property in digital artefacts, e-commerce, government services by Internet, PKI and encryption, Internet governance, privacy and access to information in digital records, to name only a few. For more details see < >

About the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII)

AustLII is a joint facility of the Faculties of Law at UNSW and the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia and is one of the world’s largest providers of free access to legal information. Its policy agenda is to improve access to justice through better access to legal information. Its search engine and other tools have been adopted by other free access law providers around the world. < >

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