On this page
- Web banners and buttons
- Social media tool kit
- APP guidance
- Newsletter content
- Training material
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)
Banner #2015PAW (448 x 147px)
Banner #privacyeveryday (448 x 147px)
Partner button (235 x 235px)
Small button #2015PAW (235 x 235px)
Small button #privacyeveryday (235 x 235px)
Large button #2015PAW (571 x 358px)
Large button #privacyeveryday (571 x 358px)
Facebook cover photo — 1500 x 583 px
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.
Tool kit coming soon
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
- Guide to securing personal informationNEW
- APP Quick Reference Tool (A4 poster for your desk)
- APP guidelines
- Guide to undertaking privacy impact assessments — summary
- Guide to undertaking privacy impact assessments
- Privacy business resource 4 — De-identification of data and information
- Privacy business resource 3 — What has changed in credit
The OAIC has developed a number of fact sheets about law reform. These may be useful for training, education and awareness.
- Privacy fact sheet 17: Australian Privacy Principles
- Privacy fact sheet 24: How changes to privacy law affect you
- Privacy fact sheet 25: Credit reporting in Australia – summary
- Credit reporting 'know your rights' – 15 fact sheet series
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.
- Privacy fact sheet 42: Australian Capital Territory Privacy Principles
- Privacy fact sheet 43: Making a privacy complaint under the Territory Privacy Principles
- Privacy agency resource 3: Information Privacy Act 2014 — Checklist for ACT agencies
- TPPs quick reference tool
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.