Termajargon: Policy Terms Defined

Australian external privacy dispute resolution scheme

An Australian external privacy dispute resolution scheme is one that the Australian Information Commission has recognized under the law as a way to handle particular privacy-related complaints. External dispute resolution schemes are used for privacy-related complaints that arise with banks, electricity, gas or water providers, financial planners, insurers, mortgage brokers, public transportation providers, superannuation funds, telecommunications or tolling providers.

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