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Privacy issues 'not exclusive' to tech giants: Google, Facebook lobby group

Brisbane Times Sunday, 24 March 2019
Facebook and Google's lobby group has hit back at the data practices of all businesses after the government proposed Privacy Law changes that would see digital platforms slugged tens of millions of dollars more for breaking the rules.
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