Privacy Awareness Week 2017
This year, under the theme ‘Care when you share’ we are encouraging individuals to care about their privacy and better inform themselves of what will or might happen to their personal information before they share it. We will also be reminding public servants to take care and understand their responsibilities before sharing personal information which includes informing the community about how the agency handles their personal information. Our PAW resources and activities will help individuals and agencies to raise awareness and understand their privacy rights and responsibilities.
We will launch a range of new resources leading up to and during Privacy Awareness Week 2017.
Privacy Awareness Week banner images and logos
Privacy Awareness Week social media banner
Privacy Awareness Week twitter images
Other privacy resources
Managing your privacy online - This information sheet provides practical tips for protecting yourself online when interacting with a Queensland government agency, as well as tips for general internet use.
Self-publishing and the privacy principles guidelines - Assists people in becoming aware of the privacy implications of publishing their own personal information.
FREE online Privacy awareness training - Explains Queensland’s general privacy landscape and takes participants through their privacy obligations contained in the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld)
Brochure - Privacy Rights (PDF, 227.86 KB)
A quick guide to rights and responsibilities under the Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld)
Guideline for government – Privacy and Mobile Apps
Use and Disclosure
- Basic guide to use and disclosure (IPPs 8-11)
- Basic guide to use and disclosure (NPP 2)
- Disclosure checklist
Creep Quiz - Are you safe online?
Creep Quiz provides parents with an interactive tool that they can use with their children to talk about their digital lives.
Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA)
Privacy Awareness Week is an initiative of the Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities Forum (APPA), of which OIC is an active member.
Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner
PAW Resources Archive – visit our PAW archives to access resources from previous years.