72.11 The exceptions under Part 13 of the Telecommunications Act provide for a range of circumstances in which carriers and carriage service providers may use or disclose information. It has been argued that many of the exceptions are unnecessarily broad and do not provide a sufficient level of protection of personal information in the telecommunications industry. This section of the chapter considers whether the scope of some of the exceptions under Part 13 should be confined, or aligned with similar exceptions under the Privacy Act.
 Electronic Frontiers Australia Inc, Submission to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner Review of the Private Sector Provisions of the Privacy Act 1988, 22 December 2004, –. See also AAPT Ltd, Submission PR 87, 15 January 2007.