Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Part of the Attorney-General portfolio and a Federal authority, also called OAIC

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has three sets of functions. They are: freedom of information functions, in particular, oversight of the operation of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and review of decisions made by agencies and ministers under that Act. - privacy functions, conferred by the Privacy Act 1988 and other laws - government information policy functions, conferred on the Australian Information Commissioner under theAustralian Information Commissioner Act 2010.

64 requests
Our reference: FOIREQ19/00116 Dear Mr Sparrow Please find attached correspondence from Ms Amanda Nowland, Senior Lawyer, Legal Services, relating...
Dear Anonymous   Thank you for your email. I apologise for the continuing delay in this matter.   The assessment of your IC review has already bee...
Dear Anonymous Thank you for your email. By way of an update, your IC review is currently unallocated, however your matter has been progressing thro...
I am not aware I gave consent for a change of address for notices, and given Right to Know is where the request was made, the address for notices wo...
The subsequent FOI the OAIC forced me to put in, after unethically and unlawfully redacting relevant information for which no consent was given to reda...
To clarify, the spreadsheet attached to my FOI request was a comprehension aid only (to help understand what I was looking for, as obviously it can...
Notice of Appeal
Follow up sent to Office of the Australian Information Commissioner by Ben Fairless on .
Long overdue.
Happy to withdraw the Telstra part of my request. Yours sincerely, Ben Fairless
Our reference: MR13/00146       Mr Andrew Laughton Right to Know By email: [1][FOI #98 email]       Dear Mr Laughton Your applica...

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