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Footnotes

Chapter 1 Introduction

[1]       Privacy Amendment (Enhanced Privacy Protection) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum.

[2]       Privacy Amendment (Enhanced Privacy Protection) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum.

[3]       Privacy Amendment (Enhanced Privacy Protection) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum.

[4]       House of Representatives Selection Committee, Report 53, 24 May 2012.

[5]       ALRC, For your Information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice (ALRC Report 108), August 2008.

[6]       Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration, Exposure Drafts of Australian Privacy Amendment Legislation, June 2011.

[7]       Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, <http://www.aph.gov.au/ Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate_Committees?url=legcon_ctte/index.htm.>, accessed 5 September 2012.

[8]       House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House_of_Representativ es_Committees?url=spla/bill%20privacy/index.htm>, accessed 5 September 2012

[9]       House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, <http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/House_of_Representativ es_Committees?url=spla/bill%20privacy/index.htm>, accessed 5 September 2012.

Chapter 2 Australian Privacy Principles

[1]       Proposed APP 8.2(a).

[2]       Proposed APP 8.2(b).

[3]       Proposed APP 8.2(c).

[4]       Proposed APP 8.2(d).

[5]       Proposed APP 8.2(e).

[6]       Proposed APP 8.2(f).

[7]       ALRC, For Your Information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice (ALRC report 108), August 2008, Recommendations 31-1 to 31-5, model UPP 11.

[8]        Mr Bruce Alston, ALRC, Committee Hansard, 16 August 2012, pp. 9-10.

[9]       See, for example, Australian Banking Association (ABA), Submission 19; Law Council of Australia (LCA), Submission 4; Foxtel, Submission 24; Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Submission 5.

[10]     Foxtel, Submission 24, p. 6.

[11]     LCA, Submission 4, p. 10.

[12]     ABA, Submission 19, p. 11; Joint submission from Facebook, Google, Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and Yahoo, Submission 11, p. 7.

[13]     See for example, APF, Submission 30; OAIC, Submission 14; Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), Submission 26.

[14]     APF, Submission 30a, p. 2; ACCAN, Submission 26, p. 10.

[15]     OPCNSW, Submission 35, p. 3.

[16]     OAIC, Submission 14, p. 4.

[17]     ACCAN, Submission, p. 9.

[18]     See ACCAN, Submission 26, p. 9; Macquarie Telecom, Submission 10, p. 2.            

[19]     See APF, Submission 30; OAIC, Submission 14

[20]     Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protections) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum,       p. 83.

[21]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 13.

[22]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 13.

[23]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 13.

[24]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 13.

[25]     Mr Timothy Pilgrim, OAIC, Committee Hansard, 16 August 2012, p. 7.

[26]     ABA, Submission 19, p. 11.

[27]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August, p. 4.

[28]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August, p. 4.

[29]     See, for example, Facebook, Google, IAB and Yahoo, Submission 11, p. 3; ABA, Submission 19, p. 5; Australian Finance Conference (AFC), Submission 32, p. 5.

[30]     ABA, Submission 19, p. 5; AFC, Submission 32, p. 5.

[31]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August 2012, p. 8.

[32]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August 2012, p. 8.

[33]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August 2012, p. 8.

[34]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August 2012, p. 8.

[35]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August 2012, p. 8.

[36]     ADMA, Submission 29, p 5.

[37]     Ms Jodie Sangster, ADMA, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 35.

[38]     Foxtel, Submission 24.

[39]     LCA, Submission 4.

[40]     ALRC, For your information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice (ALRC Report 108), August 2012, Recommendation 26-1.

[41]     ADMA, Submission 29, p. 6 and attachment A.

[42]     Foxtel, Submission 24, p. 5.

[43]     Attorney-General’s Department, Answer to Questions on Notice, p. 1.

[44]     Attorney-General’s Department, Answer to Questions on Notice, p. 1.

[45]     Attorney-General’s Department, Answer to Questions on Notice, p. 1.

[46]     Foxtel’s submission outlines in particular the impracticality of providing an opt out message within the constraints of the allocated 140 characters in a Twitter message at p. 5.

[47]     See Foxtel, Submission 24; ADMA, Submission 29; Salmat, Submission 16, p. 9.

[48]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 2.

[49]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 2.

[50]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 2.

Chapter 3 Credit Reporting Provisions

[1]       Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012, clause 21G(3)(c)(ii).

[2]       Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum,      pp. 217-218.

[3]       See Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protections) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum, p. 91;  Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Committee Hansard, 16 August,       p. 17.

[4]       See, for example, Telstra, Submission 15; ABA, Submission 19, APF, Submission 30 and the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA), Submission 6.

[5]       See, for example, ANZ, Submission 22, p. 4; LCA, Submission 22, p. 14.

[6]       LCA, Submission 4, p. 14.

[7]       Optus, Submission 8, p. 8.

[8]       ANZ, Submission 22, p. 4.

[9]       General Electric Capital (GE), Submission 7, p. 3.

[10]     LCA, Submission 4, p. 14.

[11]     LCA, Submission 4, p. 14.

[12]     ANZ, Submission 22, p. 5; GE Submission 7, p. 3.

[13]     GE, Submission 7, p. 3.

[14]     ANZ, Submission 22, p. 5.

[15]     Communications Alliance, Submission 9, p. 11.

[16]     Mr Richard Glenn, Attorney-General’s Department, Senate Committee Hansard, 21 August 2012, p. 3.

[17]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 5.

[18]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 5.

[19]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 6.

[20]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 6.

[21]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 6.

[22]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 6.

[23]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 6.

[24]     See, for example, ICA, Submission 6, p. 2; Communications Alliance, Submission 9, p. 10; Australian Retail Credit Association (ARCA), Submission 12, p. 13.

[25]     See, for example, APF, submission 30, Consumer Credit Legal Centre New South Wales (CCLC), Submission 23.

[26]     ALRC report, For Your Information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice (ALRC report 108), August 2011, Recommendations 55-2 to 55-5.

[27]     Privacy Amendment Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum, p. 3.

[28]     ICA, Submission 6, p. 3.

[29]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 7.

[30]     CCLC, Submission 23, p. 5.

[31]     CCLC, Submission 23, p. 5.

[32]     CCLC, Submission 23, p. 6.

[33]     CCLC, Submission 23, p. 6.

[34]     Abacus, Submission 36, p. 1; Experian, Submission 27, p. 7; ALRC, Submission 33 attachment B,   pp. 2-3.

[35]     For more detail, see: Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 7.

[36]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 7.

[37]     See for example, the senate hearing transcripts.

[38]     Veda, Submission 25, attachment B, p. 1.

[39]     Mr Strassberg, Veda, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 28.

[40]     Mr Strassberg, Veda, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 28.

[41]     Veda, Submission 25, p. 3.

[42]     Attorney-General’s Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 8.

[43]     Attorney-General’s Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 9.

Chapter 4 Further issues

[1]       Veda, Submission 25, p. 1; Professor Les McCrimmon, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 24.

[2]       See Professor Les McCrimmon, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 24; ARCA, Submission 12, p. 7; ANZ, Submission 22, p. 8.

[3]       Veda, Submission 25, p. 4.

[4]       ANZ, Submission 22, p. 8.

[5]       Veda, Submission 25, p. 1.

[6]       ARCA, Submission 12, p. 7; Veda, Submission 25, p. 5; ANZ, Submission 22, p. 8. See also Professor Les McCrimmon’s, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 24.  Veda’s submission lists a number of important studies that were conducted with depersonalised data.

[7]       Australian Retail Credit Association, Submission 12, p. 7; ANZ, Submission 22, p. 8; Australian Finance Council, Submission 32, p. 10.

[8]       Veda, Submission 25, p. 3.

[9]       Australian Retail Credit Association, Submission 12, p. 7. See also Professor Les McCrimmon’s, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 24..

[10]     Veda, Submission 25, p. 3.

[11]     Privacy Amendment (Enhanced Privacy Protections) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum,         p. 144.

[12]     Privacy Amendment (Enhanced Privacy Protections) Bill 2012, Explanatory Memorandum,         p. 144.

[13]     APF, Supplementary Submission 30a, p. 3.

[14]     APF, SupplementarySubmission 30a, p. 3.

[15]     Veda, Submission 25, p. 7; Professor Les McCrimmon’s, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 24.

[16]     Veda, Submission 25, p. 4.

[17]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 9.

[18]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 9.

[19]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 9.

[20]     ABA, Submission 19, p. 3; AFC, Submission 32, p. 4; ARCA, Submission 12, pp. 7-9.

[21]     ABA, Submission 19, p. 3.

[22]     ARCA, Submission 12, pp. 7-9.

[23]     Mr Damian Paull, ARCA, Senate Committee Hansard, 10 August 2012, p. 14.

[24]     ABA, Submission 19, p. 4.

[25]     AFC, Submission 32, p. 4.

[26]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 10.

[27]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 10.

[28]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 11.

[29]     See, for example, CCLC, Submission 23, p. 4; APF, Submission 30; OPCNSW, Submission 35, p. 4.

[30]     CCLC, Submission 23, p. 4.

[31]     See, for example, ALRC, For your Information: Australian Privacy Law and Practice (ALRC Report 108), August 2008, Recommendation 6-2, 10-2, 10-3, 68-4, 70-3.

[32]     See, for example, the comments of Ms Ganopolsky (LCA) and Ms Miller (Law Institute of Victoria), Senate Committee Hansard, p. 47.

[33]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 4.

[34]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 4.

[35]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 4.

[36]     Attorney-General’s Department, Submission 39, p. 4.

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