Privacy Policy

Download a General Privacy Policy Template in word format.  Simply download edit, save and reuse as many times as you need.


Privacy Policy Template  

Privacy Policy Template Australia contemplates the gathering and use of information in a wide range of circumstances including sales, business to business, and business to consumer transactions via the internet.


  • Right to amend
  • Acceptance
  • Allows collection of a wide range of data
  • Information sharing
  • Use of cookies, spam, spyware etc.
  • Accessing personal information
  • Storage and security
  • Account closure
  • Sharing information with Social Media

Privacy Policy Template Australia is 7 pages long.


Privacy Policy

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Privacy Policy

Australian Privacy Policy Principles

The Privacy Act now includes a set of 13 privacy principles that regulate the handling of personal information by Australian Government agencies and private sector organisations. These principles are called the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs). They replace both the Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) that applied to Australian Government agencies and the National Privacy Principles (NPPs) that applied to private sector organisations.

A number of the APPs are significantly different from the existing principles, including APP 7 on the use and disclosure of personal information for the purpose of direct marketing, and APP 8 on cross-border disclosure of personal information.

The 2014 reforms do not apply to Australian Capital Territory government agencies. Instead, the Privacy Act, as in force on 1 July 1994 (and as modified by the Australian Capital Territory Government Service (Consequential Provisions) Act 1994 (Cth)), continues to apply to those agencies.

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