Australia Unveils Plan To Expand Gov't Use Of Big Data

Law360, New York (August 6, 2013, 5:10 PM EDT) -- The Australian government on Friday laid out a plan to expand the public sector's use of the vast troves of consumer data it holds over the next year, saying that certain privacy issues need to be addressed before agencies can fully realize the benefits of big data.

As part of the government's goal to be “a world leader in the use of big data analytics to drive efficiency, collaboration and innovation in the public sector,” the Australian Government Information Office developed the “Public Service Big Data...
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