Submissions received by the Committee

The adequacy of protections for the privacy of Australians online

Submissions received by the Committee

Sub No.

1Mr Arved von Brasch (PDF 32KB) 
2Yahoo!7 Pty Limited (PDF 51KB) 
3Australian Association of National Advertisers (PDF 143KB) 
4Mr Rodney Serkowski, Pirate Party Australia (PDF 127KB) 
5Confidential
6Google  (PDF 131KB) 
7Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) (PDF 102KB) 
8Mr Alastair MacGibbon, Internet Safety Institute (PDF 4018KB) 
9Law Institute of Victoria (PDF 881KB) 
10Australian Council of Trade Unions (PDF 132KB) 
11Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) (PDF 310KB) 
12The Communications Council (PDF 200KB) Attachment 1(PDF 306KB) Attachment 2(PDF 528KB) 
13Office of the Victorian Privacy Commissioner (PDF 508KB) 
14Australian Privacy Foundation (PDF 91KB) 
Supplementary Submission (PDF 428KB) 
Response from the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner(PDF 387KB) 
Response from Microsoft(PDF 726KB) 
Response from the Attorney-General's Department(PDF 1180KB) 
Response from Mozilla(PDF 45KB) 
15Australian Direct Marketing Association (PDF 43KB) 
16Office of the Privacy Commissioner (PDF 862KB) 
17Rule of Law Institute of Australia (PDF 579KB) 
18Name Withheld (PDF 6KB) 
19Name Withheld (PDF 24KB) 
20Electronic Frontiers Australia (PDF 142KB) 
21Mr John Scott (PDF 72KB) 
22FraudWatch International Pty Ltd (PDF 194KB) 
23Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) (PDF 88KB) 
24Dr George Barker (PDF 33KB) Attachment 1(PDF 145KB) Attachment 2(PDF 252KB) 
25Business Council of Australia (PDF 19KB) 
26Mr Nigel Waters, Cyberspace Law + Policy Centre, Faculty of Law, UNSW (This is a response to the response from the Attorney-General's Department to submission 14 from the Australian Privacy Foundation) (PDF 122KB) 
27Australian Youth Affairs Coalition (PDF 442KB) 
28Macquarie Telecom (PDF 66KB) Attachment 1(PDF 147KB) Attachment 2(PDF 126KB) 
29iWebgate Pty Ltd (PDF 19KB) Attachment 1(PDF 1538KB) 


Answers to Questions on Notice

1Attorney-General's Department - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 29 October 2010)(PDF 31KB) 
2Australian Association of National Advertisers - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 29 October 2010)(PDF 152KB) 
3The Communications Council - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 29 October 2010)(PDF 81KB) 
4Liberty Victoria - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 1 December 2010)(PDF 21KB) 
5Liberty Victoria - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 1 December 2010)(PDF 204KB) 
6Australian Council of Trade Unions - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 1 December 2010)(PDF 43KB) 
7Google - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 29 October 2010)(PDF 87KB) 
8Australian Direct Marketing Association - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 29 October 2010)(PDF 2483KB) 
9Law Institute Victoria - Answers to questions taken on notice (from public hearing 1 December 2010)(PDF 808KB) 

For further information, contact:

Committee Secretary
Senate Standing Committees on Environment and Communications
PO Box 6100
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600
Australia

Phone:+61 2 6277 3526
Fax:+61 2 6277 5818
Email:ec.sen@aph.gov.au

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