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1 What is the public interest - a guide for applicants

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This Information Sheet explains why the public interest is considered when an agency decides whether to give access to documents applied for under the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act). 1. The main purpose of the RTI Act is to give a

2 Can I amend my medical records?

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The Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act) allows you to apply to amend documents of Queensland government agencies where they contain your personal information and you can provide evidence that it is inaccurate, incomplete, out of date or

3 Can I make a privacy complaint to OIC? - A checklist for complainants

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Generally, a person can only make a complaint about their own personal information.  However:. an agent (eg lawyer) may complain on behalf of a person. a parent. 1. may complain on behalf of a child. You can only complain about:. an agency (such

4 Legal Professional Privilege - a guide for applicants

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The Right to information Act 2009 (RTI Act) and Information Privacy Act 2009(IP Act) allow people to access documents held by Queensland government agencies. However, this right of access is subject to some limitations. This includes exempt

5 What is Exempt Information

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This Information Sheet explains what exempt information is and why an agency must consider it when deciding whether to give access to documents applied for under the Right to Information Act 2009(Qld) (RTI Act). 1. Under the RTI Act access must be

6 What the OIC can help with

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The Queensland Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) reviews decisions made by Queensland government agencies and Ministers made under the Right to Information Act 2009 and the Information Privacy Act 2009 (IP Act) and mediates privacy

7 What is personal information?

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This guideline will help you identify what is considered personal information under Qld legislation and gives examples.|This guideline will help you identify what is considered personal information under Qld legislation and gives examples.

8 What is confidentiality? An introduction for applicants and third parties

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Under the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act). 1. , people can apply to access documents held by Queensland government agencies. If a third party could be concerned about an agency releasing some of those documents, the agency has to

9 Can I make a privacy complaint to OIC? - A checklist for complainants

Information sheets for community members (annotated)

Generally, a person can only make a complaint about their own personal information.  However:. an agent (eg lawyer) may complain on behalf of a person. a parent. 1. may complain on behalf of a child. You can only complain about:. an agency (such

10 Applying for workplace investigation documents

Information sheets for community members (annotated)

This information sheet is intended to assist people who have been involved in a workplace investigation and are applying to access documents about that investigation. It does not apply to documents which relate to a Crime and Corruption investigation

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