13.1 Part C considers how the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) interacts with other federal, state and territory laws, and identifies areas of fragmentation and inconsistency in the regulation of personal information. A number of issues related to inconsistency and fragmentation are considered in other Parts of this Report. For instance, the inconsistencies between the Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) and the National Privacy Principles (NPPs) are considered in Part D, the fragmentation that results from the various exemptions under the Privacy Act is outlined in Part E, inconsistency and fragmentation in the regulation of health information is discussed in Part H, and the interaction of the Privacy Act and telecommunications legislation is considered in Part J.