VIDEO: Information sharing and the IP Act
Government agencies could not deliver services to the community without dealing with the personal information of community members. To this end government collects, obtains, inherits and creates a considerable amount of personal data holdings. These holdings may have value to other government agencies and can be critical to the delivery of services by other agencies. However, sharing personal information between agencies is not necessarily straightforward.
The video covers:
- obligations within the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld)
- practical issues
- mechanisms within the privacy principles to facilitate information-sharing between agencies
Anyone wanting to know more about privacy rights and responsibilities around sharing personal information in accordance the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) can watch our latest video.