Under section 53 of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW), individuals have the right to seek a review of certain conduct of the University, in circumstances where the individual believes that the University has breached the terms of the Act.
An application for internal review can be submitted by anyone who is "aggrieved" by the conduct of the University. A review can also be sought where the action taken by the University might only affect the personal information of other individuals.The request for internal review can only be made where it is alleged that the University has:
An application for an internal review must:
The request for internal review should be lodged with the University Privacy Officer using the Application Form for Internal Review.
The internal review shall be undertaken in accordance with the procedures set out in Part 2 of the Privacy Management Plan.