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By Maria Jockel of Holding Redlich
Following the merger of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (the Department) with the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, and the establishment of the Australian Border Force as its operational enforcement arm, the Department is now an enforcement agency (and a criminal enforcement agency).
International law firm Jones Day has announced the arrival of Jörg Hladjk as practice leader of the cybersecurity, privacy and data protection practice at the Brussels office.
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