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This issue of Christian Media & Arts Law Notes looks at ensuring you are up to date with the latest Privacy Guidelines for Broadcasters from the ACMA, and encourages you to become familiar with the ATO’s Guidelines on what they expect from not-for-profit organisations.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has recently published its Privacy Guidelines for Broadcasters. By following these guidelines, broadcasters will greatly decrease their risk of breaching the relevant code of practice.
Following a series of high-profile scandals in 2016 involving charities and not-for-profits in the UK, the ATO has released some guidance on how it intends to build and maintain confidence in the Australian not-for-profit sector. Charities and not-for-profits should familiarise themselves with the guidance here to avoid attracting the ATO’s attention for all the wrong reasons. Read more…