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Community attitudes

The Community Attitudes to Privacy survey is a research project that is run periodically by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). Run most recently in 2013 and 2007, the survey allows the OAIC to gauge privacy trends and developments, changes in community attitudes and to inform regulation, strategy and education work.

2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy

CASinfographic-thumbnailThe 2013 results of the Community Attitudes to Privacy survey were launched 9 October, at an event in Sydney.

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner worked in collaboration with the sponsors of this project (Primary Sponsor — Commonwealth Bank Australia; Key Sponsor — Henry Davis York; Sponsor — McAfee) to produce an infographic (jpginfographic JPG43 KB, pdfinfographic PDF1.41 MB) and a video (available on YouTube) of the results.

 

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2007 Community Attitudes to Privacy

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2004 Community Attitudes to Privacy

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2001 reports

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