Office of the Privacy Commissioner
Lambert M. SurhoneISBN: 978-3-6399-9814-6;
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is an Australian Government agency created by the Privacy Act 1988. It is an independent regulator responsible for investigating complaints about breaches of the Information Privacy Principles (relating to Australian and Australian Capital Territory government agencies) or the National Privacy Principles (relating to private sector organisations including not for profit organisations). The current Privacy Commissioner is Karen Curtis who was appointed in July 2004 for 5 years. The Commissioner is assisted by a Deputy Commissioner and an Assistant Commissioner.
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