Resources 2015

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has a number of resources available to help you spread the privacy message throughout your networks.

On this page

  1. Web banners and buttons
  2. Social media resources
  3. Newsletter content
  4. Training material
  5. Posters
  6. Videos
  7. APP guidance

Web banners and buttons

Use these images on your website, intranet or social media platforms to assist with promoting PAW with your stakeholders. There are a variety of sizes and shapes available.

Banner (800 x 100px)

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jpgBanner 800 x 100px without border41.88 KB

Banner #2015PAW (448 x 147px)

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jpgBanner (#2015PAW) 448 x 147 with border42.17 KB
jpgBanner (#2015PAW) 448 x 147 without border38.48 KB

Banner #privacyeveryday (448 x 147px)

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jpgBanner (#privacyeveryday) 448 x147 with border42.99 KB
jpgBanner (#privacyeveryday) 448 x147 without border39.11 KB

Partner button (235 x 235px)

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Partner button 235 x 235 px

Small button #2015PAW (235 x 235px)

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jpgSmall #2015PAW button 235 x 235px with border49.83 KB
jpgSmall #2015PAW button 235 x 235px without border45.08 KB

Small button #privacyeveryday (235 x 235px)

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jpgSmall #privacyeveryday button 235 x 235px with border51 KB
jpgSmall #privacyeveryday button 235 x 235px without border51 KB

Large button #2015PAW (571 x 358px)

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jpgLarge #2015PAW button 517 x 358px with border68.24 KB
jpgLarge #2015PAW button 517 x 358px without border61.52 KB

Large button #privacyeveryday (571 x 358px)

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jpgLarge #privacyeveryday button 517 x 358px with border70.11 KB
jpgLarge #privacyeveryday button 517 x 358px without border63.4 KB

Facebook cover/banner — 1500 x 583 px

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jpgFacebook cover 125 KB

Twitter cover/banner

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jpgTwitter cover92.74 KB


Social media resources

Use our social media tool kit for suggested social media status updates in the lead up to and during PAW. We encourage you to share our privacy messages via social media using our hash tags #2015PAW and #privacyeveryday.

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rtfSocial media toolkit.rtf945.44 KB

Thumbnail: Know your rights

Know your rights

  1. Download: Know your rights PDF3.73 MB
  2. Download: Know your rights JPG1.54 MB

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Read privacy policies and collection notices

  1. Download: Read privacy policies and collection notices PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Read privacy policies and collection notices JPG5.34 MB

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Always ask why,
how and who

  1. Download: Always ask why, how and who PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Always ask why, how and who JPG5.34 MB

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Check your credit
report

  1. Download: Check your credit report PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Check your credit report JPG5.34 MB

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Protect yourself online

  1. Download: Protect yourself online PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Protect yourself online JPG5.34 MB

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Be aware of your
mobile security

  1. Download: Be aware of your mobile security PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Be aware of your mobile security JPG5.34 MB

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Use security software

  1. Download: Use security software PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Use security software JPG5.34 MB

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Be careful what you share on social media

  1. Download: Be careful what you share on social media PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Be careful what you share on social media JPG5.34 MB

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Don't leave your personal information lying around

  1. Download: Don't leave your personal information lying around PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Don't leave your personal information lying around JPG5.34 MB

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Beware of scams

  1. Download: Beware of scams PDF1.02 MB
  2. Download: Beware of scams JPG5.34 MB
   

Newsletter content

Use this content for newsletters or staff bulletins in the lead up to, or during PAW. Feel free to tailor this information to make it relevant to your organisation.

docNewsletter content - Business.doc191 KB
rtfNewsletter content - Business.rtf3.32 MB
docNewsletter content - Youth.doc322 KB
rtfNewsletter content - Youth.rtf5.82 MB


Training material

pptxAPP training slides4.43 MB

pdfAPP training slides — presenter notes6.05 MB


Posters

Display our posters around your office to let your colleagues know about privacy awareness. The posters are available in soft copy for download or sharing.

10 tips to protect your privacy

10 tips to protect your privacy

  1. 10 tips to protect your privacy Self-print PDF3.86 MB
  2. 10 tips to protect your privacy Print-ready PDF3.89 MB
  3. 10 tips to protect your privacy JPG4.08 MB

Protect your customers' personal information

Protect your customers’ personal information

  1. Protect your customers' personal information Self-print PDF1.04 MB
  2. Protect your customers' personal information Print-ready PDF2.1 MB

10 steps to undertaking a privacy impact assessment

10 steps to undertaking a privacy impact assessment

  1. 10 steps to undertaking a privacy impact assessment Self-print PDF225.37 KB
  2. 10 steps to undertaking a privacy impact assessment Print-ready PDF136.81 KB
  3. HTML version

What to look for in a privacy policy

What to look for
in a privacy policy

  1. What to look for <br />in a privacy policySelf-print PDF1.02 MB
  2. What to look for <br />in a privacy policyPrint-ready PDF5.34 MB

How to develop an APP privacy policy

How to develop an APP
privacy policy

  1. How to develop an APP 
privacy policy Self-print PDF234.25 KB
  2. How to develop an APP 
privacy policy Print-ready PDF148.75 KB
  3. HTML version

2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy infographic

2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy infographic

  1. 2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy infographic Full JPG43 KB
  2. 2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy infographic Full PDF1.41 MB

I ask before I share because #PrivacyMatters

I ask before I share because #PrivacyMatters

  1. I ask before I share because #PrivacyMatters Print-ready PDF495.69 KB
  2. I ask before I share because #PrivacyMatters JPG387.19 KB

I ask before I share because #PrivacyMatters

Change your passwords regularly because #PrivacyMatters

  1. Change your passwords regularly because #PrivacyMatters Print-ready PDF495.69 KB
  2. Change your passwords regularly because #PrivacyMatters JPG387.19 KB

I ask before I share because #PrivacyMatters

9 or 90! #PrivacyMatters

  1. 9 or 90! #PrivacyMatters Print-ready PDF495.69 KB
  2. 9 or 90! #PrivacyMatters JPG387.19 KB

 

 

Video

Welcome to Privacy Awareness Week 2015

How to make a privacy complaint (Auslan)

What is privacy?

How do I make a privacy complaint?

How do I access my personal information?

What can I do about my neighbour’s
security camera?

Is my real estate agent allowed to take photos
in my house?

2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy survey


APP guidance

The OAIC has developed a number of resources to help you and your colleagues implement the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) over the last year.  Feel free to print and distribute these around your workplace.

Guides and guidelines

Business resources

Agency resources

Fact sheets

The OAIC has developed a number of fact sheets about law reform. These may be useful for training, education and awareness.


ACT government agencies

The Information Privacy Act 2014 (ACT) regulates how personal information is handled by ACT public sector agencies. This Act includes a set of Territory Privacy Principles, which cover the collection, use, storage and disclosure of personal information, and an individual’s access to and correction of that information.

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