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    Heavy Vehicle National Law Review

    Introduction

    The NTC (ABN 67 890 861 578) is an independent statutory body that contributes to the achievement of national transport policy objectives by developing regulatory and operational reform of Australia’s road, rail and intermodal transport systems.

    Where the collection or handling of personal information by the NTC is subject to the Privacy Act, the NTC must comply with the requirements of that Act. The Privacy Act regulates the manner in which personal information is handled throughout its life cycle, from collection to use, storage, accessibility and disposal.

    What is personal information?

    Personal information is information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable, whether the information or opinion is true or not, and whether the information or opinion is recorded in a material form or not.

    Special provisions apply to the collection of personal information which is sensitive such as health information and

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    The Bicycle Thief movie review (1949)

    A
    little later, to his astonishment, Ricci spots the bicycle thief, and pursues
    him into a brothel. An ugly crowd gathers. A cop arrives, but can do nothing,
    because there is no evidence and only Ricci as witness. And then, in the famous
    closing sequence of the movie, Ricci is tempted to steal a bicycle himself,
    continuing the cycle of theft and poverty.

    This
    story is so direct it plays more like a parable than a drama. At the time it
    was released, it was seen as a Marxist fable (Zavattini was a member of the
    Italian communist party). Later, the leftist writer Joel Kanoff criticized the
    ending as “sublimely Chaplinesque but insufficiently socially
    critical.” David Thomson found the story too contrived, and wrote,
    “the more one sees ‘Bicycle Thief,’ the duller the man becomes and the
    more poetic and accomplished De Sica’s urban photography seems.”

    True,
    Ricci

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