Nawaz Isaji was a consultant at Galexia. He assisted Galexia in a number of areas, including working on electronic authentication related projects, as well as recently completing research on Asian developments in identity management and electronic authentication, including national and regional electronic commerce law developments.
Nawaz completed a global survey of privacy and data protection laws examining the definition of personal data across all jurisdictions with comprehensive data protection and privacy laws. This research included an analysis of whether identification numbers come within the scope of the definition of personal data in each jurisdiction.
Nawaz also assisted in writing Galexia’s article Representative complaints - a new approach to making privacy laws work for consumers which was published in the Privacy Law & Policy Reporter. He has also contributed numerous Bytes to the Internet Law Bulletin.
Nawaz completed a combined Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Engineering Sciences (Telecommunications) and Practical Legal Training course at the University of Technology Sydney.