Macquarie University endeavours to comply with the Information Protection Principles created by the Privacy and Personal Information protection Act PPIPA 1998 (NSW) (the "PPIPA").
Macquarie University has introduced practices and procedures to maximise compliance with the PPIPA by virtue of the
- Macquarie University Code of Practice ; and
- Macquarie University Privacy Management Plan.
Users should note that there are risks associated with the transmission of information over the Internet. Users should therefore make their own assessment of risks in the provision of information to the University's Internet site.
The University can of course provide you alternative means of dealing with it and transacting business with it if you feel uncomfortable with electronic transmission of information.
The University endeavours to provide a safe means of transacting business in a manner which effects compliance with the PPIPA.
Commercial in confidence matters are protected by both the PPIPA and the Freedom of Information Act.
Users inquiring about their rights concerning privacy can refer to the University's Code of Practice or Privacy Management Plan.
Personal information is collected by your consent that is evidenced by sending the information to the University through its Internet site.
The University provides rights of access and alteration to personal information held of and about individuals and such rights are governed by the PPIPA and Freedom of Information Act.
Macquarie University will only disclose personal information in accordance with the Information Protection Principle as modified by the University's Code of Practice.