Privacy policy

09 December 2011

We will never share your personal information for commercial gain

This outline privacy policy explains the essentials of how we collect, store, use and disclose your personal information when you use our website. By using the website and specifically by registering a website account, you are consenting to the use of your personal information in this manner. Please review this privacy policy to ensure you are happy with our use and disclosure of your personal information.

Collecting your information

When you register for an account on the website, we collect a minimum of:

  • your email address
  • your family name and/or given name (so we know how to address you)
  • your country of residence (to help us judge how and when best to contact you if ever we need to).

Additionally, we invite you to add:

  • your address and telephone numbers
  • your organisation/company, department, role/job title, and whether you are a full-time student
  • your preferences for which if any of our marketing communications to receive.

Using your information

We use the information that we collect about you for the following purposes:

  • your email address and password are used to identify you when you log in
  • your email address may be used to send you marketing communications such as newsletters, service bulletins and other general notifications according to your specified preferences
  • your details may be used to verify separation from or rule out any activities that are, or may be, in breach of applicable law.

Sharing your information

We will not routinely share your personal information with any third party, but there are a few exceptional circumstances where we may need to share some of the personal information on an as-needs basis:

  • if we believe in good faith that we are permitted or required to do so by law, including in response to a court order, subpoena or other legal demand or request
  • if we feel this is necessary in order to protect or defend our legitimate rights and interests, or those of our users, employees, directors or shareholders, and/or to ensure the safety and security of our infrastructure and data.

Managing your information

The necessary interfaces to review and update your personal profile and to change your password or remove your account altogether will be added in the coming months. In the interim, please contact us if have any urgent requests.

A more comprehensive and detailed privacy policy will be developed as the use our site increases, so please check back from time to time.

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