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Privacy law reform - submissions close 24 May

The Government is in the process of making changes to the Privacy Act. There's a Privacy Bill before Parliament and submissions close on 24 May. Anyone may make submissions of the Bill and we encourage people to make them to highlight what they think is good about the draft law and what else needs to be considered for inclusion. Please note the Justice Select Committee has decided to grant a week's extension to any individual or organisation who requests it.

Privacy Commissioner welcomes shift in MSD policy

The Government’s intention to consult with social welfare NGOs and service providers is a good first step towards regaining the trust of vulnerable communities and the social sectors which work with them, says Privacy Commissioner John Edwards.

Privacy concerns on the rise – public survey

More than half (55 percent) of all New Zealanders are more concerned with their individual privacy now than they were in the last few years, according to a public opinion survey released to coincide with Privacy Week.

Administrator, Support Services vacancy

We're looking for someone to become an integral part of the Support Services team. If you enjoy being busy and working in a fast paced environment, this role will definitely tick those boxes!