The Privacy A written law made by parliament. Also called an ‘Act of parliament’, ‘statute’ or legislation. 1988 (Cth), as amended by the Privacy A change made to a legal document or Act of parliament. (Private Sector) Act 2000 (Cth), regulates how private sector organisations (including insurers) handle ‘personal information’ relating to policyholders.
Organisations are required to comply with the 10 Australian Privacy Principles, which set minimum standards for collection, storage, use, Money or property promised to be handed over as a guarantee for repayment of a loan, or as a guarantee that a defendant will meet their bail conditions. and disposal of personal information.
The federal Privacy Commissioner has released guidelines to assist insurers and policyholders with their privacy concerns. For more information, see Chapter 12.4: Privacy and your rights.