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Privacy and security


This website is delivered by the Attorney-General’s Department and is covered by the Attorney-General’s Department’s privacy policy.

Find out more about privacy considerations when visiting our websites or contact us at


We apply a range of security controls to protect our websites from unauthorised access. These are guided by whole-of-government standards and guidelines including the Australian Government Information Security Manual (ISM) and the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF).

However, you should be aware that:

  • the World Wide Web is an unsecure public network
  • there is a risk that your activity may be seen, intercepted or modified by third parties
  • downloadable files may contain computer viruses, disabling codes or other defects.

We accept no liability for any interference with or damage to your computer system, software or data occurring in connection with, or relating to, this website or its use.

You should take appropriate and adequate precautions to prevent damage to your computer system, software or data. Find out how by visiting the Australian Cyber Security Centre.

If you believe you have discovered a security vulnerability in an Attorney-General’s Department system, service or product, please report it to us as soon as possible through our Vulnerability Disclosure Program. Our Vulnerability Disclosure Program allows security researchers to share their findings directly with us.