Privacy at UTS
Privacy refers to:
- the right to be left alone
- the right to exercise control over your personal information, and
- a set of conditions necessary to protect personal dignity and autonomy.
Privacy can relate to both physical privacy and privacy of personal and health information.
UTS respects the privacy of each person it deals with, including staff, students and members of the public. UTS is also bound by legal obligations to protect privacy.
Privacy at UTS covers:
- privacy legislation and policies applicable to UTS
- how UTS protects an individual's personal information
- use of surveillance at UTS, and
- how to make a privacy-related complaint.
Privacy regulations identifies relevant UTS policies, directives and guidelines, and provides a summary of legislative and professional obligations.
Your privacy explains how UTS will manage your privacy and protect your personal information, and is relevant to current and past students, staff and research participants and any other individual who has been involved in a personal capacity with UTS.
Privacy forms provides access to forms for privacy-related activities and applications.
Privacy contacts explains where to get further advice and assistance.
Privacy for UTS staff
UTS staff should refer to privacy on Staff Connect.