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Foundation slams government proposal to cut data security jobs

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The Privacy Foundation criticizes the Department of Internal Affairs for planning to cut 73 roles, including the Government Chief Privacy Officer, citing increased privacy and cyber security risks. Gehan Gunasekara, a committee member, warns that such cuts could harm public trust and confidence in government services.

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