How can we keep our Privacy Policy globally compliant + updated?

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How to keep your Privacy Policy globally compliant + updated!

Blue Ocean Law Group℠ are innovative Counsel [iC]℠ and Australian, New Zealand and California, USA Legal Network Partner for iubenda.

We use iubenda for our own Globally-compliant Privacy Policy, and are an Affiliate -> Get 10% off your subscription with this link!

Alternatively if you do not want to subscribe, you can generate your own subscription-free Privacy Policy as an individual legal document or as part of our website bundle via our Legal Documents Portal.

Both Privacy Policies are designed to exceed your legal needs.

iubenda (in our view) does a better job at creating a Privacy Policy which provides a more visual + interactive client experience.

How does iubenda's Privacy Policy solution help you to comply with the specifics of Australian Law?

Click this link to access our original article which is published on iubenda's website.

The original article includes a table created by Blue Ocean Law Group℠ listing the relevant Australian Privacy Principle (APP) requirements, the related iubenda feature and comments on how it applies.

warning: a privacy policy is not a set and forget document!

Keeping you Privacy Policy up to date and compliant with the latest changes in global privacy law is only the first part of the process.

As your business or NFP's circumstances change, your Privacy Policy needs to be audited against your Internal Business Processes (practices, procedures and documents – as well as what is actually done, in other words, your Privacy Culture).

As Australia moves towards the standards set by the EU, including potentially larger fines + regular audits, legal reviews will become even more important.

Please contact us to discuss a legal review of your Privacy Policy v. Internal Business Processes + Privacy Culture.

consequences of non-compliance with Australian Privacy Law

There are significant potential penalties that can be imposed for non-compliance, and for repeat breaches, including enforceable undertakings and fines of up to $1.7 million per violation.


This FAQ was written by James D. Ford Esq., GAICD CIPP/US | Principal Solicitor, Blue Ocean Law Group℠.

Important Notice:

This FAQ is intended for general interest + information only.

It is not legal advice, nor should it be relied upon or used as such.

We recommend you always consult a lawyer for legal advice specifically tailored to your needs & circumstances.