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- OAIC - Joint Sponsor with Galexia for Endeavour Fellowship from The Philippines to study privacy law in Australia (November 2007)
- OAIC - Consultation Paper on Privacy Issues in the Use of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for Individuals (June 2001)
OAIC - Joint Sponsor with Galexia for Endeavour Fellowship from The Philippines to study privacy law in Australia (November 2007)
Claro Parlade, Galexia’s associate from The Philippines, won an Endeavour Fellowship to be funded to visit Australia in 2008 for 3 months to study privacy law.
Claro was the Executive Director of the Cyberspace Policy Centre for Asia-Pacific (CPCAP), a leading source of expertise on electronic commerce, privacy and online dispute resolution issues in the Asian region.
Galexia and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner are Claro’s joint sponsors for the programme, and Galexia co-hosted Claro along with the OPC. In Australia, Claro interviewed key business, government and consumer stakeholders about privacy issues.
Claro has considerable experience in policy work in the Philippines, having been Chairman of the Legal and Regulatory Committee of the IT and E-Commerce Council (‘ITECC’) of the Philippines from 2000 to 2004. He has been involved in the drafting of the Philippines E-Commerce law, and has worked on numerous draft bills and regulations on matters such as the creation of a department of ICT, telecommunications reform, cybercrime and Internet governance.
The Endeavour Programme brings leading researchers, executives and students to Australia to undertake short or long term study, research and professional development in a broad range of disciplines and enables Australians to do the same abroad.
OAIC - Consultation Paper on Privacy Issues in the Use of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for Individuals (June 2001)
Consultation Paper on Privacy Issues in the Use of PKI for Individuals and Possible Guidelines for Handling Privacy Issues in the Use of PKI for Individuals by Commonwealth agencies.
Galexia was commissioned, by the National Office for the Information Economy (NOIE) and the (then) Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner (OFPC) to produce a research and discussion paper on privacy guidelines for the use of digital certificates. In 2001 we delivered a research and discussion paper on privacy guidelines for the use of digital certificates, including Privacy Impact Assessment research and checklist. This included the development of a plain language description of PKI, and draft guidelines which eventually became formal Guidelines under the Privacy Act 1988 for the use of PKI by Commonwealth agencies
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