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A still from 'Embrace' | Dir. George-Alex Nagle | Photo: Stephen Godfrey


The AFTRS Privacy Policy informs individuals how AFTRS collects, stores, uses and discloses personal information. This policy also provides guidance on how to access personal information held by AFTRS or seek correction. The AFTRS Privacy Policy is relevant to individuals who interact with AFTRS.

Note: The policy is currently under review to be published in late January 2022.


The Website Collection Notice informs individuals about how AFTRS collects, stores, uses and discloses the information collected when using the AFTRS website. The collection notice also describes an individual’s choices on how AFTRS uses that information and provides guidance on how a person can access personal information about them held by AFTRS or seek correction.


A privacy impact assessment is a systematic assessment of a project that identifies the impact that the project might have on the privacy of individuals and sets out recommendations for managing, minimising or eliminating that impact.

As a Commonwealth agency, AFTRS is obliged to conduct a privacy impact assessment (PIA) for all high privacy risk projects. Under the Code, effective 1 July 2018, AFTRS must also maintain a register of all the PIA’s that it conducts. As part of the Information Publication Scheme, it must also publish its PIA register, or a version of the register, on the AFTRS website.

Note: There are no PIA’s registered with AFTRS at this time. The empty set PIA Register is included below and will be updated as necessary to contain any future PIA’s.

PIA Register