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review of the privacy act 1993 discussion paper no.8 law enforcement information and related issues. The Commissioner may from time to time, in the public interest or in the interests of any person or body of persons, publish reports relating generally to the exercise of the Commissioner’s functions under this Act or to any case or cases investigated by the Commissioner, whether or not the matters to be dealt with in any such report have been the subject of a report to the responsible 8.66 The purpose of the Privacy Act 1993 is to promote and protect individual privacy, and in particular to establish principles on: collection, use, and disclosure of information relating to individuals; and access by individuals to information held about them. The Act covers both the public and private sectors. Oct 26, 1993. S. 1589 (103rd). A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit any State motor vehicle department from disclosing certain personal information about a person doing business with such department. This is called 'personal information' in New Zealand but is sometimes referred to as Personal Identifiable Information (PII). The Privacy Act 1993 controls how 'agencies' collect, use, disclose, store and give access to personal information. The Privacy Act applies to almost every person, business or organisation in New Zealand.