If you need us to review your privacy documents or draft them to make sure you comply with all the relevant laws, please fill out an enquiry form and we will get in touch.
Since 2014, the experienced privacy lawyers at Progressive Legal have helped thousands of businesses comply with all the relevant data protection and privacy laws.
While privacy law can be complex, our team of experts can advise you on your legal obligations under the Privacy Act, as well as draft policies and programs that assist you in complying with these mandatory laws.
Our specialist privacy lawyers provide bespoke legal solutions that are timely and cost-effective, including:
We provide customised legal guidance and are focused on providing the right solutions to make sure you comply with all the relevant laws.
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Many organisations or businesses collecting information from customers (including names, phone numbers etc) are required, under the Privacy Act, to make them aware of what they’re collecting.
Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) are a set of standards governing the collection and use of data.
There are many template privacy policies out there that don’t actually cover Australian businesses for what they need to comply with Australian Privacy Law.
If you need us to review yours or draft it to make sure you comply with all the relevant laws, please fill out an enquiry form and we will get in touch.
Australian privacy laws aim to protect the personal information and privacy rights of all individuals. In some cases, Australian privacy laws may also protect your personal information from being accessed by a third party.
The Privacy Act regulates the way an individuals’ personal information can be collected, handled, used, released and stored.
Data protection is important for ensuring that personal information is used and processed in a way that meets the requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 . This law has been implemented to protect your personal information from being misused and misappropriated.
Under the Privacy Act, organisations must take the reasonable and necessary steps to protect personal information from misuse, interference, authorised access, or loss.
Failure to do this may constitute a breach of the Privacy Act and the organisation may be subject to fines or other disciplinary action.
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