Complaint on Infringement of Privacy

To Privacy Commission

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A draft Complaint Letter to Privacy Commissioner about an infringement of privacy.

The complainant is lodging a formal complaint against an organisation that infringed upon their privacy.

Infringement of privacy may include an excessive collection of personal data, unfair collection of personal data. The injustice is a result of the alleged maladministration caused by the organisation.

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This letter is suitable for people who would like to lodge a complaint against an alleged data privacy breach. 

Users who would like to use this document should ensure that they have sufficient legal grounds and evidence to substantiate their complaint/claim. If the alleged data privacy breach is material, please consult a lawyer for legal advice.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Personal > Government, Bank and Utilities > Government Departments / Agencies / Officials










personal data






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