Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 6 Hansard (16 May) . . Page.. 1692..
MR WOOD (continuing):
The Road Transport Authority will use the stored images primarily to validate identity where a person requests a replacement drivers licence or a proof-of-age card but cannot provide adequate photo identification to back up that request. This is a current area of high risk of identity fraud.
Protocols covering the collection, storage and security, use and disclosure of the stored images have been submitted to the Privacy Commissioner. The protocols set out the details of how the authority will control, use and disclose the stored images. The protocols will be complemented by security procedures and data integrity measures in the rego.act computer system.
The bill also includes some minor amendments to streamline the workings of sections relating to the appointment of authorised persons for the purposes of the road transport legislation.
Mr Speaker, I seek the support of all members for these amendments, which will enable the Road Transport Authority to do its part in better addressing vehicle theft and identity fraud issues.
Debate (on motion by Mr Cornwell ) adjourned to the next sitting.
Territory Plan-Variation No 58
Ordered that Assembly business order of the day No 1 be made an order of the day for the next sitting.
Motion by Mr Wood agreed to:
That executive business be called on.
Postponement of notice
Motion (by Mr Wood) agreed to:
That consideration of Notice No 4, executive business be postponed until after consideration of executive business No 5.
Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002-03 federal budget
MR QUINLAN (Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Business and Tourism, Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming and Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Corrections) (10.55): I move:
That the Assembly expresses its deep disappointment with the 2002-03 Federal Budget.