(1) The Director-General of Security may, in accordance with subsection 18(3) or (4A), or subsection 19A(4) of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Act 1979 , communicate the following to another person:
(a) lawfully accessed information;
(aa) preservation notice information;
(b) stored communications warrant information.
(2) The communication may be made by the Director-General of Security personally or by a person authorised by the Director-General.
(3) A person to whom foreign intelligence information has been communicated:
(a) in accordance with subsection (1); or
(b) in accordance with an approval given under this subsection;
(c) communicate that information to such persons, and in such manner, as are approved in writing by the Attorney-General; and
(d) use that information for such purposes as are approved in writing by the Attorney-General; and
(e) make a record of that information.
(4) An approval under subsection (3) is not a legislative instrument.