T. F. MARTIN

Lawyer

Grad. Cert. Cyber Security (UNSW), LL.B (UoN), B. Com. (UoN)

Newcastle & Sydney

Cyber Law

  • Privacy Policies
  • Privacy Act compliance
  • GDPR compliance
  • Cyber risk legal advice including incident response
  • Cyber scam mitigation advice and representation
  • Identity theft advice and representation
  • Online legal risk management
  • Online business startup advice, compliance, and contract drafting
  • SaaS Agreements
  • Whitehat/pen testing contracts
  • Intellectual Property
  • Dispute Resolution

Civil and Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution

  • Contractual Disputes
  • Negligence Actions
  • Online/Social Media Defamation
  • Copyright Infringement – DCMA Notices

Family Law

  • Child Disputes
  • Property Disputes
  • Binding Financial Agreements

Contact

Email: troy@tfmartin.com.au

Phone: 0450 337 017

Latest News

  • Businesses lost $227 million in 2021 to Payment Redirection scams

    Businesses lost $227 million in 2021 to Payment Redirection scams

    Payment Redirection scams are proving very profitable for scammers with a new report released by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission indicating that payment redirection scams resulted in $227 million losses for Australian consumers and businesses. A payment redirection scam, also known as business email compromise scams, involve the scammers impersonating a business or its […]

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  • 330 Britons per min are hacked Australians maybe worse

    330 Britons per min are hacked Australians maybe worse

    Nord VPN, a VPN provider has provided statistics, which suggest that Britons are hacked every 0.2 seconds, and most people do not even realise that they have experienced a hack at all. However, Australia is behind the UK in cyber security.

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  • FFC Commissioner requests removal of TikTok from App Stores

    FFC Commissioner requests removal of TikTok from App Stores

    In a letter to the CEOs of Apple and Alphabet Inc. (Google) dated 22 June 2022, Brendan Carr, the United States FCC Commissioner asks that the video-sharing app TikTok is removed from their respective app stores. Mr Car said that TikTok has collected vast amount of sensitive data about U.S. users (and assuringly Australian users) […]

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