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1 Refuse access because other access available

Guidelines for government (annotated)

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2 Neither confirm nor deny - checklist

Guidelines for government (annotated)

The Right to Information Act (Qld) (RTI Act) and Information Privacy Act (Qld) (IP Act) permit agencies. 1. to respond to an access application by neither confirming nor denying the existence of the documents sought. Before applying this exception,

3 Key privacy concepts - reasonable

Guidelines for government (annotated)

The Key Privacy Concepts guidelines explain important words and phrases used in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act). They are intended to assist in the interpretation and application of the privacy principles in the IP Act. . The

4 Eligible family members

Guidelines for government (annotated)

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

5 Key privacy concepts - purpose

Guidelines for government (annotated)

The Key Privacy Concepts guidelines explain important words and phrases used in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act). They are intended to assist in the interpretation and application of the privacy principles in the IP Act. . The

6 Key privacy concepts - use

Guidelines for government (annotated)

The Key Privacy Concepts guidelines explain important words and phrases used in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act). They are intended to assist in the interpretation and application of the privacy principles in the IP Act. . Section

7 Overview of the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) process

Guidelines for government (annotated)

A PIA is a tool that agencies can use to assess the privacy impacts of a new project and where necessary, identify ways in which the obligations set out in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act) can be met.The full process is outlined in

8 Health agencies - dealing anonymously with a health agency

Guidelines for government (annotated)

Health agencies. 1. are required to comply with the National Privacy Principles (NPPs) set out in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act). NPP 8 requires a health agency to allow individuals to deal anonymously with the health agency

9 Basic guide to NPPs 5-8 - Access, amendment and anonymity

Guidelines for government (annotated)

Health agencies. 1. must have policies regarding their management of personal information and these policies must be available upon request. Where an individual specifically requests, a health agency must also take reasonable steps to let the

10 Agency documents held by third party legal providers

Guidelines for government (annotated)

Under the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld). 1. (RTI Act), people have the right to apply for documents held by Queensland government agencies. 2. In some circumstances, this will include documents that are held by outside lawyers that have been

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