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What constitutes ‘reasonable steps’ in National Privacy Principles?

National Privacy Principles (NPP) 1.3 and 1.5 require an organisation that is collecting personal information about an individual to take ‘reasonable steps’ to ensure that the individual is aware of certain information.

The Privacy Commissioner has provided extensive guidance on what constitutes ‘reasonable steps’…

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