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Your privacy is protected

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Image appears of a drawing of a male creating his Digital Identity on a computer

Narrator: We are often asked to send personal information online. 

Image changes to show a female looking at a Smartphone and the image shows symbols of a Passport, credit card and laptop and data falls from those items into a safe below and text appears: Who am I sharing my information with?, How is my privacy protected?

Narrator: Your personal information is valuable and worth protecting. It is important to know who you are sharing your information with, and how your privacy is protected. 

Image changes to show a drawing of a female rocking a pram with a baby inside and looking at a Smartphone and text appears: Your Digital Identity belongs to you and nobody else

Narrator: Your Digital Identity belongs to you and nobody else. 

Image changes to show a finger touching a screen on a Smartphone and a padlock appearing on the screen and text appears: Securely encrypted and stored in Australia

Narrator: When you create your Digital Identity your details are verified, securely encrypted and stored, ensuring your information is secure.

Image changes to show icons of a .gov pass, a mortarboard and a handbag on the right of a Smartphone and the image shows padlocks appearing on the Smartphone and icons and text appears: Must follow strict rules and privacy laws

Narrator: Any government service or business interacting with your Digital Identity must follow strict rules and privacy laws set by the Australian government.

Image shows the Smartphone moving from the position on the left to the centre and surrounded by the icons and the image shows lines drawn from the Smartphone to the icons

Narrator: These rules mean your privacy is at the centre of how your Digital Identity is used. It means any organisation interacting with your Digital Identity is regularly checked.

[Image shows ticks appearing in place of the padlocks and then the image changes to show a drawing of a male working on a laptop]

Narrator: It means you can expect a quick response if you have a complaint or concern.

[Image changes to show a finger pressing the arrow on a Smartphone screen and a tick symbol appearing on the Smartphone screen and then text appearing on the Smartphone screen: Your Digital Identity Activity]

Narrator: Each time you use your Digital Identity, you’ll be asked to consent before any of your details are shared with the service you want to access.

Image changes to show a female looking at a Smartphone and numbers can be seen falling from the Smartphone into a safe on the floor and text appears: Your information is private and protected

Narrator: It means you will always know how your information is used. Your information is private and protected. 

Image changes to show a female sitting in an office chair with her feet on the desk operating a Smartphone and looking at a computer screen and text appears: You can use your Digital Identity again and again

Narrator: You don’t have to keep sending your important documents over the internet. And you can use your Digital Identity again and again.

Image changes to show a key symbol displayed on a Smartphone screen and text appears: You are the only person who can use your Digital Identity

Narrator: You are the only person who can use your Digital Identity.

Music plays and the image changes to show text on a white screen: DTA, digitalidentity.gov.au

Image changes to show the Coat of Arms and text beneath: Australian Government

Set it up once, and then reuse it whenever you are asked to prove who you are.

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