Introduction

The Privacy (Australian Government Agencies – Governance) APP Code 2017 (Cth) (the APP Code) requires that all agencies, including the Family Court of Australia, must conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for all high privacy risk projects.

A project may be a high privacy risk project if the Court considers that the project involves any new or changed ways of handling personal information that are likely to have a significant impact on the privacy of individuals.

The Court is also required to conduct a PIA if directed to do so by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC).

The Court is required to maintain a register of all PIAs it conducts and publish that register, or a version of that register, on its website. Further, the Court may publish a PIA, including the Court’s response to PIA recommendations, a summary version or an edited copy of a PIA, on its website.

This Privacy Impact Assessment Register is published in full compliance with those requirements.

Privacy Impact Assessments Undertaken

The Court has undertaken the following PIAs:

Year

Title of PIA [with hyperlink]

Project Summary

PIA Team

Outcome of PIA/Project

 

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