What are the information privacy principles?

What are the information privacy principles?

Store personal information securely, keep it no longer than necessary and dispose of it appropriately. It should also be protected from unauthorised access, use, modification or disclosure.

What are the Australia privacy principles?

Australian Privacy Principles

  • the collection, use and disclosure of personal information.
  • an organisation or agency’s governance and accountability.
  • integrity and correction of personal information.
  • the rights of individuals to access their personal information.

What is the Information Privacy Act 2009 QLD?

The Queensland Information Privacy Act 2009 (the Act) provides a right for individuals to have their personal information collected and handled in accordance with certain rules or ‘privacy principles’. The Act does not cover actions by individual citizens, privacy sector organisations or the community sector.

What do the Australian privacy principles which are found under Schedule 1 of the Australian Privacy Act 1988 cover?

Australian Privacy Principles Part 1 sets out principles that require APP entities to consider the privacy of personal information, including ensuring that APP entities manage personal information in an open and transparent way.

Which Australian privacy principles deals with limits on disclosure of personal information?

11 Australian Privacy Principle 11 — security of personal information. 11.1 If an APP entity holds personal information, the entity must take such steps as are reasonable in the circumstances to protect the information: from misuse, interference and loss; and. from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.

What are the 13 parts of the Australian privacy principles 2014?


  • Part 1 — Consideration of personal information privacy.
  • Part 2 — Collection of personal information.
  • Part 3 — Dealing with personal information.
  • Part 4 — Integrity of personal information.
  • Part 5 — Access to, and correction of, personal information.

What are the four 4 ethical principles from the public sector Ethics Act 1994 QLD?

It contains four principles fundamental to good public administration: Integrity and impartiality – being honest, fair and respectful and ensuring decisions are unprejudiced, unbiased and just. Promoting the public good – delivering the programs and services that benefit the people of Queensland.

What do the Australian privacy principles say about the collection of information and the use and disclosure of information?

Australian privacy law allows an organisation or agency to use or disclose your personal information for the reason they collected it (the primary purpose), including for direct marketing activities. you’ve consented to an organisation or agency using or disclosing your personal information for a secondary purpose.

Which type of records do the Australian privacy principles not apply to?

6.7 This principle does not apply to the use or disclosure by an organisation of: personal information for the purpose of direct marketing; or. government related identifiers.