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How can I be sure that the information submitted to the Commission will be kept confidential? PDF Print
  • Any confidential material must be clearly marked before submission to the Commission. The Act makes it an offence for any staff member, or consultant to disclose to another person any information coming to its knowledge.
  • The Commission shall regard as secret and confidential all information disclosed in the administration of the Act, except those disclosures which are absolutely necessary for the discharge of its functions.
  • Where a person claims that certain information which that person had supplied to the Commission if disclosed would be injurious to the interest of the person, the Commission shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that such information is not disclosed without the consent of that person.
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