However, international social security treaties or agreements between Australia and a third country are not included; (ii) in accordance with its own legislation, for other social security purposes, including the associated judicial procedure. 3. To the extent that a party`s legislation does not require publicity, all information relating to a person provided under this agreement to a competent authority, the relevant body or the liaison body of that party is confidential and can only be used for the purposes of the application of this agreement and the social security legislation of a party. If disclosure to third parties is required by legislation or other laws of one party, the first party may deny that information to the other party. (6) Article 202(t) (11) (E) of the U.S. Social Security Act does not apply to an Australian national unless he resides in the United States, Australia or a third country with which the United States has entered into a social security agreement reached pursuant to Section 233 of the Social Security Act. (a) the data may be passed on to the relevant authorities of the host Member State for the purpose of implementing this additional agreement and the legislation to which it applies. The receiving organism can only use the data for these purposes. The transmission of this data to other entities of the receiving state or the use of this data in the receiving state for other purposes is permitted under the law of the host Member State, provided that this data is intended for social security, including related legal proceedings. 1. At the joint request of the worker and the employer or at the request of a self-employed worker, the competent authorities of the contracting states or the bodies they designate may jointly depart from the provisions of the additional agreement with respect to the applicable legislation, provided that the person concerned remains or remains subject to the legislation of one of the two contracting states. The nature and circumstances of the employment are taken into account.
2. For the purposes of this article, the competent authorities may, by written agreement, provide that a member of the personnel of a ship or aircraft in international circulation is subject to the legislation of a specific contracting party. (i) the obligation to inseur and to pay the contribution for social security benefits and unemployment benefits; and 1.1 provide all the information necessary for the implementation of this agreement or the Australian Social Security Act or the legislation of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; (g) Transferred personal data is deleted when it is deemed inaccurate or obtained or transmitted, or when the legally transmitted data must be deleted later in accordance with the national law of the notifying party, or when the data is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was disclosed and where there is no reason to believe it. that erasure could undermine interests that deserve the protection of the person in terms of social security or social security. Article 2, point (a) (ii) article 2 of the agreement.