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LIV provides feedback to the Attorney-General's Department — Review of the Privacy Act 1988

LIV provides feedback to the Attorney-General's Department — Review of the Privacy Act 1988

By Technology and Innovation Section



The LIV have raised issues with the current exemptions for employee records; consent requirements and default privacy settings; the appropriateness of a direct statutory right of action to enforce privacy obligations; and recommends specific wording should a statutory tort for serious invasions of privacy be introduced.

A summary of our 17 recommendations is available on page 3-4 of the submission, available here.


Maurice Stuckey
Policy Lawyer

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