Date published 21 December 2016
Last reviewed 18 November 2022

Information Privacy Plan
The Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) (IP Act) regulates how Queensland public sector agencies and statutory bodies, such as the CCC, manage personal information and provide access to and amendment of personal information.

Within the IP Act, the Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) dictate the way Queensland public sector agencies and statutory bodies collect, store, secure, access, amend, use and disclose personal information. The IPPs are prescribed in Schedule 3 of the IP Act and are set out in the Attachment to this Information Privacy Plan (Plan).

The Plan details the CCC approach to managing personal information in accordance with the IP Act, IPPs and CCC policies and procedures. The Plan is to be read in conjunction with the IP Act and Information Privacy Regulation 2009 (Qld) (IP Reg).

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