Privacy Notices

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Topics Covered

This section covers the following topics:

  • The purpose and audience of a privacy notice

  • The objectives of a privacy notice

  • The difference between a privacy policy and a privacy notice

  • Where a privacy notice should be published

  • An example privacy notice for a fictitious company called Acme Services


This “Privacy Notice Advisory Site” is provided as guidance and does not constitute legal advice. We hope this page is helpful to you as a reference. At the bottom of this page, you can contact us if you'd like assistance or have any questions.

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A Brief Recap Before You Leave

  • Data that describes an individual's identity does not belong to the organisation, but to the individual.
  • There can be real damage that occurs from identity theft.
  • Yes, organisations do handle data, and they are obligated ethically and legally to protect that data.
  • Regulations were designed to protect individuals and their identity, not make business difficult.
  • Over one-hundred countries have implemented data protection regulations.
  • Different regulations will apply for not only organisation's is location, but also according to the nationality of each individual whose data you manage.

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