RE: [DNS] Now I am ANGRY - Privacy Issues

RE: [DNS] Now I am ANGRY - Privacy Issues

From: Cooke, Tony <tony.cooke§>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 13:07:57 +1100
For organisations with an AT of < $3m, NPP6, the access Principle, will not
apply to information collected prior to 21 December 2002.  The idea behind
this was, I believe, that the Howard Government did not want to overburden
Small Business.

(There is a minor exception to this concerning health information)



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-----Original Message-----
From: Phil Wright [mailto:newsstuff&#167;]
Sent: Monday, 4 March 2002 12:57 PM
To: dns&#167;
Subject: RE: [DNS] Now I am ANGRY - Privacy Issues

Tony Cooke said:
This will only work if the party using the information has an Annual
Turnover > $3m.  Any organisation with an AT of < $3m, that is otherwise
caught by the legislation, has until 21 December this year to collect
personal information, which will not be subjected to the access provisions
of the NPPs (although some others will apply).  Only information collected
after 21 December 2002 will be accessible by the individual.

I thought that was meant to be the 21 December 2001 ??  If mistaken then I
am also alarmed!!

I think that the need for a clean new effective whois with careful
considerations with the privacy and separation of information whilst
maintaining functionality for valid purposes both now and for the future is
paramount and needs to be addressed far more vigorously by auDA.

Phil Wright

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