Who owns our digital information? The Identity Conference 2015 will bring a world-leading edge to a national conversation on making sense of the challenges posed by evolving digital trends. Join us and register today to secure your place.
Register now for our latest Technology & Privacy Forums in Wellington on 4 and 6 May 2015 and Auckland on 4 May. Hear the Government Chief Privacy Officer; speakers from our aviation industry and from Microsoft. Limited places.
We are recruiting for four positions - Communications Adviser, Policy Adviser, Investigating Officer and Enquiries Officer (part-time). If you have a keen interest in privacy issues and have what it takes, check out what we can offer you working across the different functions of our office and being supported in your professional development.
AISA stands for Approved Information Sharing Agreement. We've published this guidance to help enable the efficient and responsive provision of public services.
AISAs are a legal mechanism authorising the sharing of information between or within agencies for the purpose of delivering public services. Our new guidance aims to make this easier for agencies to accomplish.
Human Rights Review Tribunal decisions often make the news. Read our guidance and out find out more about taking a privacy case to the Tribunal.
We have a further two published case notes. Find out more about our work by reading our case notes. Case notes are examples of the types of the complaints that we receive and how we work to resolve them.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Joy Liddicoat as our Assistant Commissioner (Policy and Operations).
Privacy authorities are calling on operators of seven app marketplaces, including Google and Apple, to make it mandatory to post links to privacy policies.
The Privacy Commissioner is among 23 privacy authorities which have signed a letter urging app operators to make links to privacy policies mandatory for apps.