Our approach to data protection
We are aware of the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of Personal Information (“PI”) received from our Internet users and members of the portal.
By using our website, you agree to the collection and use of personal information associated with the portal.
Collection of your Information
We collect personal information about people in a variety of ways, including:
- Subscription to the newsletters by email;
- When you contact us;
- Leaving a business card to one of our employees;
- If you write, call to us and leave your details;
- If you are in one of the contact lists of employees or company;
- When we officially work with you or your business.
We may retain your information when you contact us, but we will not use your information without your permission and will not share it with third parties. We do not sell mailing lists or contacts. We want to use the personal information we collect when we contact you or when we believe it may be of interest to you.
Collection of your Information through this Site
We usually only collect personal information when a user voluntarily submits it from this website.
When you upload or download information from this website, our provider records your visit and records some or all of the following information:
- Your internet addresses;
- Your domain name, if possible;
- Time and date of the site visit.
Our internet service provider also collects information such as the pages our users enter, the documents they download, links to other websites that enter or leave our website, and the type of browser they use. However, this information is only used for anonymous and statistical purposes and for the development of the site. We will not attempt to identify you or your online activity, except for investigations, and law enforcement agencies may require checking our provider’s logs.
Depending on the type of competition or offer, we will ask you for personal information such as your name, address, email address, age, phone numbers and / or gender. Sometimes we may request additional information as part of a specific competition.
Consequences of Non-Provision of Personal Data
In accordance with our national data protection guidelines, you can contact us anonymously whenever possible. However, without providing personal information upon request, we cannot provide you with the full range of services. For example, providing incomplete information may result in loss of the application.
The Type of Information we Can Store for you
We only store information about you that is relevant to our relationship with you. In general, the personal information we store includes (where possible) your name, contact details and correspondence records.
If our relationship with you is not limited to users of the website or members of our portal, we may collect other information we deem necessary in such circumstances as the types of products and services you offer, the prices you provide, your credit and payment information, type of business and bank statements.
Confidential information includes information about your race or ethnicity, political views, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, or information about your health, disability, sexual activity, or orientation. We rarely ask for confidential information, but we may do so from time to time, for example through a competition, promotion or survey. We will not ask for confidential information if:
- we have your consent;
- the collection of information is expressly permitted by law;
- collection is necessary to reduce a serious or imminent threat to human health or safety; or
- the collection of information is necessary to approve, defend or defend a claim.
How we Use and Disclose your Information
We use your information to offer and advertise our services to you and to improve and develop our relationship with you.
We may from time to time share your information with service providers, agents, contractors and strategic partners to help us provide and sell our services to you. In this case, we usually ask these parties to protect your data in the same way that we do.
We may share your personal information with third parties if required by law or if we sincerely believe that such a measure is necessary to:
- Follow the law or follow the legal procedure on our website;
- Protect the rights or property of our organization.
Who do we Share Personal Information with?
- Credit institutions (for example, by filling in the lender’s request with the information you have provided):
- Businesses and service providers may from time to time provide information about their products and services by e-mail. You can opt out of this marketing at any time by subscribing to organizations that receive direct information. If you do not have the details, you can request them below;
- any organization that has contacted us, including a financial advisor, broker, lawyer or accountant;
- branches and other organizations;
- if we deem it necessary to comply with the terms of the agreement with you;
- subcontractors who offer license fees, credit card payments, and CRM services follow our privacy and security policies;
- if we sell our business or part of it to a third party;
- in extreme conditions to protect the personal safety of customers, users of websites, private or public;
- law enforcement, regulatory and government agencies, government agencies and courts in accordance with the law;
- to analyze our site visitors and use them to improve our services;
- if you would like to receive press releases, special offers, contests and scientific questions from our portal, contact us by email;
- to facilitate communication with third parties when providing your consent as part of the service;
- as part of the service, individually and collectively, we collect and provide customer feedback;
- to advertise and provide information about us, our services and special offers;
- to give third parties information that they can give you relevant advertising;
- to perform the administrative and operational functions of the resource;
- to provide research services to our customers;
- to answer the questions;
- to provide internal accounting and management.
Relationships with Third Parties
A cookie is a small message that our web server sends to a web browser. The browser saves the message in a text file and the message is sent to the server each time the server requests a page.
Most internet browsers are configured to accept cookies. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings, disable all cookies, or notify you each time a cookie is sent to your computer so that you can accept it.
The Data is Collected Automatically
If you visit the website, use the services or open our portal, we may automatically receive and record information from your computer, web browser and / or mobile device, including your IP address or the address of another device or certain information. User ID, web browser and / or device type, hardware and software settings and configurations, existing web pages or websites before or after accessing the website, pages displayed on the website, date and time of access, access to or use of the website and website services. If you use the site on a mobile device, we may collect data about the physical location of the device, such as a satellite, mobile phone repeater, or Wi-Fi signal.
Other Web Beacons and Buttons
We take your online safety seriously. This is one way to maintain your trust in our company, as well as in our products and services. This means that we take all reasonable steps to ensure the security of your information and to implement the appropriate technologies.
However, the Internet is not a secure environment. When you use the Internet to publish information, it is sent at your own risk, including your email address.
You have the right to receive personal information about us. Ask permission to access your information or if you have a privacy complaint. In some cases, we may refuse you. If so, we’ll tell you why.
If you believe that the information, we hold about you is inaccurate, please contact us and we will take reasonable steps to correct it.
Other Things you Need to Know about Online Privacy
Remember to close your browser when you end your user session. This is to prevent other users from accessing your personal information and correspondence when you share your computer with someone else or use a computer in public places such as a library or Internet cafe. As an individual, you are responsible for the security and access to your computer.
When you voluntarily disclose personal information online, that information may be collected and used by others. In short, if you post personal information in publicly available online forums, you may receive unsolicited messages from other countries in return. Ultimately, you are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your username and password, as well as all account information. Be careful and responsible when using the internet.
How do I Update this Policy?
If you have any doubts or complaints about the way we collect or process your personal data, please contact our data protection officer. We will review your complaint and send it to you within 30 days.
If you would like more information about how we work with your data or our approach to data protection, please contact us.
Please note that we reserve the right not to respond to messages sent by you and to block their use if the respondent correctly establishes that your message is spam under the Spam Act 2003 (Cth). We have the right to block the IP address from which the spam originates and reserves the right to claim damages in accordance with applicable law.