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Privacy Act amended by the Intelligence and Security Act

The Intelligence and Security Act 2017 amended the Privacy Act, and these amendments have now come into force. The amendments, and related amendments to three privacy codes of practice, take effect from 28 September 2017.

Your Right To Know - an OPC advice sheet

Did you know that you have the right to know personal information that organisations have about you? Our Right To Know advice sheet helps explain this right.

Privacy resources in te reo Māori

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner has created two useful resources for te reo Māori speakers. See our te reo Māori brochures - O Mōhiohio Mauora and Me Mōhio Kiō Mōhiohio Whaiaro.

Statement clarifying Martyn Bradbury's privacy complaint

Earlier this year, blogger Martyn Bradbury made a complaint to our office about a request from Police for bank information. We investigated the complaint, and recently sent him our final view on the matter.

Our new general privacy brochure

We have produced a general privacy brochure. It's called Your personal information - Know your privacy rights - English version or Te Reo version. Get your copy now by ordering it from us at orders@privacy.org.nz.