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The Information and Privacy Commission NSW (IPC) is an independent statutory authority that administers legislation dealing with privacy and access to government held information in New South Wales

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OGP

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As a part of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), Information Commissioner and NSW Open Data Advocate Elizabeth Tydd will take an active role along side other representatives of governments and civil society organisations to start the process for developing the next Open Government Partnership National Action Plan (2020-22)...

IPC logo news story hires

Media Release

Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) CEO, NSW Information Commissioner and Open Data Advocate Elizabeth Tydd released the IPC’s Annual Report 2018/19 today, which also contains a report on the work of the Privacy Commissioner, Samantha Gavel for the same period...

Right to Know Media Image

News Article

Some of the nation's media companies today have censored their own front pages in a united call for greater media freedom and upholding their right to know. The Your Right to Know campaign will be accompanied by radio and television advertising across the country...

IPC logo news story hires

Media Release

The NSW Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (PPIP Act) provides the overarching legislative framework for NSW government agencies holding personal information...