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The APPs generally apply to Australian and Norfolk Island government agencies and also to [[private sector]] organisations with an annual turnover of $3 million or more. These entities are known as "APP entities." In addition, the APPs apply to some [[private sector]] organisations with an annual turnover of less than $3 million, such as health service providers.
 
The APPs generally apply to Australian and Norfolk Island government agencies and also to [[private sector]] organisations with an annual turnover of $3 million or more. These entities are known as "APP entities." In addition, the APPs apply to some [[private sector]] organisations with an annual turnover of less than $3 million, such as health service providers.
 
{{Quote|The Australian Privacy Principles . . . apply in the current context of [[data]] and [[information management]], and they continue to apply in the context of [[big data]]. Considerations include:
 
 
* The [[data collection|collection]] of [[personal information]] from sources other than the individual.
 
* The creation of new [[data]] through [[data analytics]] that generates enhanced [[information]] about a person.
 
* The capacity to [[compromise]] [[anonymity]] through the [[collation]] of a range of [[data]] that reveals [[identity]] (an example of the [[mosaic effect]]).
 
* The potential for unstructured [[information]] sources to hold [[personal information]] not known by the individual.<ref>[[Australian Public Service Better Practice Guide for Big Data]], at 19.</ref>}}
 
   
 
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