Disclosure of personal information may be done to the approved professional development sponsor and to the former approved development sponsor.  The subsection53.30 of the Privacy Act of the Australia constitution restrict the disclosure of personal information.  The Act focuses on regulating the activity of the credit in reporting agencies, the credit providers and any other agency that is entitled to set rules. The Act prohibits the access to credit by unauthorized people.  Personal information may include the IP address, telephone number, birth date, the email address, the employment information to name but a few. Before the disclosure of personal information, the minister will find the main reason for disclosing the information and then give these reasons to the concerned person.  The minister collects the personal information that will aid in performing some administration duties.  The personal information will be collected and lawfully.  The Privacy Act requires that the personal information collected to be exact, complete and up to date for it to fulfill the intended purposes.  People who need to show certain personal information are required to make written request to the concerned people. Personal information may be disclosed if the person concerned has given the consent unless if the law states that the concerned person should not be given consent. The Act outlines the four rules to be followed on how personal information is conveyed by the credit reporting agencies.  The circumstances that may lead to the minister disclosing the personal information is to allow the sponsor to respond to a claim about the conduct that may lead to action as stated in section 140J. The disclosure can also be allowed to help the sponsor meet the liabilities that relate to the sponsorship of the professional development.  Disclosure for the placement, health information, banks, recruitment, relatives, and sponsors are the common disclosures of the personal information.

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