Summary of S.496 - 100th Congress (1987-1988): Computer Matching and Privacy Protection Act of 1988

A privacy impact assessment (PIA) is a systematic assessment of a project that identifies the impact that the project might have on the privacy of individuals, and sets out recommendations for managing, minimising or eliminating that impact. ATO privacy policy | Australian Taxation Office Our privacy policy deals with the collection, storage, access to, use and disclosure of ‘personal information’, as that term is defined in section 6 of the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act). Our privacy policy seeks to: communicate our personal information handling practices enhance the transparency of … Summary of the Privacy Act | Laws & Regulations | US EPA We've made some changes to the information you are looking for is not here, you may be able to find it on the EPA Web Archive or the January 19, 2017 Web Snapshot.

Example one: Kim’s agency client number (but not his name) appears in a list of benefit recipients. As the inclusion of his client number in this list reveals that he is the recipient of a benefit, this would be Kim’s personal information (assuming Kim is also reasonably identifiable from his client number – see section below).

The Privacy Act — OAIC The Privacy Act 1988(Privacy Act) was introduced to promote and protect the privacy of individuals and to regulate how Australian Government agencies and organisations with an annual turnover of more than $3 million, and some other organisations, handle personal information.

Summary of the Privacy Act | Laws & Regulations | US EPA

The Privacy Act 1988 originally covered personal information handled by Commonwealth and ACT agencies. The Act was amended in December 2001 to include private sector Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) Under the Act agencies must comply with the APPs and a breach of an APP by an agency is deemed to be an interference with the privacy of an individual [s 13]. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) may issue a public interest determination to allow practices which would otherwise be a breach (eg. publication of Telstra's white pages telephone directory). Privacy Act for Hotels - Mulcahy & Co The Privacy Act 1988 adopts a set of 11 National Privacy Principles (NPPs), of which 10 NPPs apply to businesses including hotels. These NPPs provide guidance as to what constitutes personal information, and how personal information should be treated, accessed, handled, stored and disposed. How Do I Comply With the Privacy Act? - LegalVision Nov 16, 2015