Credit Reporting Privacy Code Amendment No. 8
9 May 2013
The Privacy Commissioner has issued Amendment No.8 to the Credit Reporting Privacy Code 2004 [PDF, 192 KB]. The amendment changes the rules about the use and disclosure of credit information about serious threats to reflect a recent Privacy Act amendment. The amendment comes into force on 30 June 2013.
The amendment was notified as part of Amendment No 7 but was delayed due to the timing of the Privacy Amendment Act 2013.
Credit Reporting Privacy Code Amendment No. 7
4 February 2013
The Privacy Commissioner has issued Amendment No 7 to the Credit Reporting Privacy Code 2004.
The amendment comes into force on 1 April 2013, with one clause coming into force on 29 March 2013 and two others coming into force on 30 June 2013.
See below the current version of the code and copies of the amendments to the code. If you're interested, you can also find background information on the amendments below.
Amendment No 7, issued on 1 February 2013
Amendment No 6 (Temporary), issued on 26 March 2012, came into force on 1 April 2012 and expires on 31 March 2013. This amendment makes a correction to the summary of rights, contained in schedule 4 of the Code, to ensure that it is an accurate reflection of the law.
Amendment No 5, 30 September 2011
Amendment No 4, issued 14 December 2010
Amendments 1 (issued 9 August 2005), 2 (issued 24 February 2006) and 3 (issued 18 December 2009)