Breaches of Privacy

As indicated already, the privacy instruction is not law and therefore it does not give a person any right to pursue compensation or a legal remedy. A person who believes that there has been a breach of privacy by a State Government department or agency should firstly approach the department and if no satisfactory response is achieved, then contact the Privacy Committee

Breaches of Privacy  :  Last Revised: Thu Nov 10th 2005
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