‘Review of the Privacy Act 1993’ (NZLC IP17, Wellington, 2010) is an Issues Paper for stage 4 of the Law Commission’s Review of Privacy Law. The issues paper looks at a range of issues in relation to the Privacy Act 1993, including the scope and approach of the Act; the role of the Privacy Commissioner; complaints and enforcement processes; sharing of personal information between government agencies; the implications of technological developments; and direct marketing. The issues paper makes some proposals for reform on which it seeks submissions, and also asks some open-ended questions. The Commission welcomes submissions on the issues paper, and the deadline for submissions is 30 April 2010. The issues paper can be downloaded from this website as a whole document, or individual chapters can be downloaded. A summary of the document can also be downloaded from this website. Hard copies of the issues paper are not available. Information about making submissions can be found at the front of the issues paper or at the back of the summary, and any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Related to the Review Of Privacy project.