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1 Neither confirm nor deny - checklist

Guidelines for government (annotated)

Neither confirm nor deny checklist will assist to determine whether an agency is entitled to neither confirm nor deny the existence of a document.|Neither confirm nor deny checklist will assist to determine whether an agency is entitled to neither

2 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

3 Social media checklist

Information sheets for community members (annotated)

This Guideline will assist anyone who contributes to social media networks and sites in the course of their employment by a Queensland government agency. Social media is a general term for a diverse range of online media tools commonly based around

4 What is personal information - checklist

Guidelines for government (annotated)

If you need to determine if information is or is not personal information use this checklist.|If you need to determine if information is or is not personal information use this checklist.

5 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

6 Privacy and de-identified data

Guidelines for government (annotated)

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 Admin access checklist

Guidelines for government (annotated)

The Right to Information Act 2009 (RTI Act). 1. creates a right of access to government-held information unless doing so would be contrary to the public interest. All documents of an agency are required to be open unless there is a specific reason

8 Starter guideline and checklists for new organisations

Guidelines for government (annotated)

It is easier to ensure compliance with Right to Information and Information Privacy obligations from the start than to retrofit an organisation.  The purpose of this guideline is to assist newly established agencies to do this by providing an

9 Contracts and other agreements

Guidelines for government (annotated)

Increasingly agencies. 1. are engaging an external entity (contracted service provider) to perform some of their functions or activities. 2. Where agencies enter into service arrangements that involve personal information, chapter 2, part 4 of the

10 How to review and measure your agency’s progress in implementing RTI and IP

Guidelines for government (annotated)

This guideline will help you understand how the Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) measures agency compliance with the Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) (RTI Act) and the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act), and explains some