Privacy Act Exceptions

Among the exception to the Privacy Act of 1974 are: (1) Performance of regular duties of an agency employee; (2) FOIA disclosures; (3) Routine uses as specified in the applicable SORN; (4) Census Bureau census or survey functions; (5) Statistical research if not individually identifiable; (6) Data held by the National Archives; (7) Law enforcement activity; (8) Compelling health or safety circumstances; (9) Congressional committee with appropriate jurisdiction; (10) GAO duties; (11) Court order, and (12) Consumer reporting agencies.

Associated term(s): The Privacy Act of 1974