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1 A-Z of Guidelines

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2 Responding to a potential privacy breach

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Information and resources to help you respond to a potential information breach.|Information and resources to help you respond to a potential information breach.

3 Step-by-step guide to Privacy Impact Assessments

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A guide to step you through the process of completing a Privacy Impact Assessment.|A guide to step you through the process of completing a Privacy Impact Assessment.

4 Notice of decision

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5 Making Healthcare decisions

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Guides decision makers through dealing with healthcare decisions and mixed applications, and provides decision templates.|Guides decision makers through dealing with healthcare decisions and mixed applications, and provides decision templates.

6 Privacy and de-identified data

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Personal information is information about identifiable individuals. All Queensland government agencies deal with personal information. In doing so, they must comply with the privacy principles in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act).

7 Refusal to deal

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Guides agencies through the process of assessing the application, issuing a notice of intention to refuse to deal (including templates), and making a decision to refuse to deal where an application would divert the resource of the agency. Loading.

8 Fees and charges

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The Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act) and the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act) give people a right to access documents from government agencies. 1. The RTI Act requires payment of an application fee, processing charges and

9 Refuse access because other access available

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10 Eligible family members

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The Right to Information Act 2009(RTI Act) and the Information Privacy Act 2009(IP Act) recognise the ‘ eligible family member’. 1. of a deceased person. This phrase appears in relation to information that would, if a person were alive, be their