Legal

1 August 2018

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There is no charge for lodging a request for access to your information, but we may make a small charge for our time involved in providing this access and for associated costs such as photocopying. Access may be withheld, or provided in particular ways, where the Privacy Act allows this to be done.

If you are aware that your personal information we hold is out of date, incomplete or inaccurate, please let us know. We will correct any incorrect personal information and we will not refuse to make a correction without giving you our reasons. However, if we do refuse to make a correction, we will take reasonable steps to place with the disputed information a statement from you saying that in your opinion it is out of date, incomplete or inaccurate.

Privacy complaints

You may make a complaint to us if you consider that we have breached our obligations under the Privacy Act or the Australian Privacy Principles, or otherwise have concerns or queries in relation to how we have handled your personal information. To make a complaint or enquiry, please contact us on the following details:

Email: contact@universitiesaustralia.edu.au

If you do not receive a response from us, or you are not satisfied with the outcome, you may make a complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). Information about how to make a complaint to the OAIC is available on the OAIC website.