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information about your health, health history, wishes about future health decisions, disability, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, philosophical beliefs, memberships, sexual preferences, or criminal record) except when: You have the right to make a complaint if we breach one of your privacy rights.Speak to the government office that you think has breached your privacy rights, over the counter or on the phone.your name, address, phone number, email address, age, gender, workplace, or position title).
If we need to give your personal information to a Queensland minister (to inform them of his or her portfolio responsibilities), we can do so and it is not a breach of the privacy principles. the Queensland Police Service or the Crime and Corruption Commission) that find, prevent, detect, investigate and take offenders to court, are allowed to not follow some of the privacy principles in certain circumstances, as long as they are satisfied on reasonable grounds that it is necessary.
makes equivalent provision for the Brisbane City Council.
These guidelines concern the drafting practices to be observed when drafting local laws.
For a detailed list of the privacy rules we have to follow, see Chapter 2 of the Act. When we collect your personal information, we must: The Act lets Queensland government agencies (including statutory authorities and local government), and contractors working for us, apply to the Information Commissioner for approval to not follow or to change the privacy principles for a particular project (if we think it is essential).
The Information Commissioner will only approve a request to ignore or change the principles if doing so will bring greater benefit to the Queensland public.The privacy principles do not apply to anything that is sent by mail while it is in transit (e.g. The Act includes a list of documents that the privacy principles do not apply to.