Termajargon: Policy Terms Defined

Australia Privacy Act of 1988

The Australia Privacy Act of 1988 is a privacy law that went into effect in 1988 and that provides privacy rights to residents of Canada and requires businesses to provide a Privacy Policy that includes the disclosures required by this law, to respect consumer privacy rights, and to keep personal information secure.

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Rian Kinney

Esq. CIPP/E and CIPM

Privacy Policy Generator user
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