Facial recognition technology and Australian privacy law

Nirovision commissioned expert lawyer Shah Rusiti, Partner at Teece Hodgson & Ward, to develop the following guide that you can share with your clients and their legal or HR teams.

In this guide you’ll learn: 

  • the difference between personal information & sensitive information and what that means for your privacy obligations
  • how to customise your privacy policy to match your business activities
  • how to explain why and how data is collected and what it will be used for, using ‘plain English’
  • employee privacy issues you need to consider
  • key privacy obligations, such as data collection, use, retention and destruction obligations
  • practical ways to obtain ‘informed’ consent
  • your obligations if someone asks you to delete their information
  • how to ensure your data storage meets your privacy obligations
  • your obligations under the Privacy Act;
  • how to remain compliant while meeting business needs
  • how to communicate to workforces about the use of facial recognition
facial recognition privacy laws

Ready to make your workplace safer?