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2013 Privacy Awareness Week and Privacy Forum

Privacy Awareness Week ran from 28 April to 4 May 2013.

For PAW 2013, a new infographic ("Technology is changing, but people still care about their privacy") that could be used as a poster, or put on an intranet or website. 

Data Safety half-day workshop : Preventing and managing privacy breaches

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Role of the Privacy Commissioner

View the address given by the Privacy Commissioner on her role to Parliamentary staff, Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, on 7 August 2012.

Focusing on solutions: working with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner

The NZ Law Society Continuing Legal Education Ltd has published 'Public Law Remedies Toolbox'. One of the authors, Katrine Evans, Assistant Commissioner (Legal and Policy) wrote on the above topic and her chapter included:

A Why do lawyers need to know about privacy law?
B The basics of the Privacy Act
C Powers that govern how we operate
D How we operate
E Remedies - the Human Rights Review Tribunal.

Where in the world is your information?

Presentation given by the Privacy Commissioner to SeniorNet AGM in Wellington on Monday, 30 May 2011

Where in the world is your Information?

Privacy: the personal, social and political

• Thanks for invite - switched on audience.
• Glad of opportunity also to speak to people who can influence younger people to protect their information.
• Privacy matters for personal, social and political reasons and because it affects you, and your children and...

2011 Privacy Awareness Week

Privacy Awareness Week was held from 1-7 May 2011.  As part of Privacy Awareness Week 2011, the Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff released a free privacy toolkit for health consumers. The toolkit includes brochures, fact sheets, case notes (summaries of actual privacy complaints), and an updated privacy reference guide – “On the Record”.   There’s also a version of the toolkit for health professionals inclu...