What is APSA doing with respect to privacy compliance?

APSA already ensures that:

  • it keeps membership information confidential
  • neither 'personal' or 'sensitive' information is passed on to any third party, other than as required by law.

In order to voluntarily comply with the Privacy Act, APSA has:

  • reviewed how it collects personal information
  • reviewed how it uses and discloses personal information
  • made amendments to the forms it uses to collect information (membership application/s, and on-line collection points)
  • developed a brief policy document that outlines the APSA's privacy processes
  • addressed issues such as access to information and how complaints about privacy matters are handled.
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