OAICnet - the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner's news email list
OAICnet provides news from the OAIC about its activities, publications and other relevant information.
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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds
RSS is a flexible format for sharing information. RSS feeds can be accessed using many different programs and services for example Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari. By subscribing to the OAIC's RSS feeds you can receive instant updates from our Latest News and Events list on the Home page, our Decisions page and our Information Publication Scheme entry.To subscribe to one or more of our RSS feeds follow the instruction on the page that appears when you click on the RSS buttons below.
Decisions. This RSS feed will alert subscribers to new decisions made by the Australian Information, Privacy and Freedom of Information Commissioners in relation to a number of their functions including freedom of information merit review decisions, privacy complaint determinations and privacy public interest determinations. These decisions are ones made directly by the relevant Commissioner and not under delegated authority.
Privacy law reform. This RSS feed will provide you with notice when we release guidance or other information about the privacy law reform changes made by the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012.
Information Publication Scheme. This RSS feed only includes items added to the OAIC's website, which fit within the OAIC's Information Publication Scheme, and that have not been added to the OAIC's Latest News and Events, Decisions, Disclosure log or Privacy law reform RSS feeds.
Twitter The OAIC also uses Twitter to disseminate information about selected OAIC consultations, publications and events. You can follow us at: http://twitter.com/oaicgov