Privacy Awareness Week 2016 website launch

14 April 2016
Tags: news

This year’s Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) will run from 15 to 21 May and is set to be the most interesting and stimulating yet; incorporating the first visit to Australia by the new United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy, Professor Joseph (Joe) Cannataci.

As always, there will be great events, new resources and lively debates about privacy across Australia, as our privacy partners in agencies and businesses join us in promoting awareness of privacy rights and responsibilities.

To make it easier than ever to join in on PAW activities, this year we have created a dedicated Privacy Awareness Week campaign website, where you’ll find:

  • registrations for our 2016 PAW Business Breakfast with the UN Special Rapporteur on Monday 16 May
  • information about all our other PAW events and activities
  • useful information and resources for organisations and agencies
  • everything you need to join us as a PAW partner for 2016
  • materials to help you or your staff learn more about privacy, including resources, training materials, videos and more
  • all the latest news and updates about PAW in a single location.

Throughout the week, we will also be running consultations and releasing new guidance and educational materials via the PAW website, so keep an eye on our one stop shop to stay up to date on PAW 2016.

Visit and bookmark Privacy Awareness Week to find out more and to participate in PAW 2016.

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