Transparency International Australia Privacy Statement
The purpose of this statement is to let you know about the information collection procedures of Transparency International Australia. It lists what information is collected, how it is used, who it is used by, to whom it is disclosed and how to have incorrect information amended or deleted. All personal information is kept strictly confidential. This statement has been prepared in accordance with the Australian Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000.
Our Commitment to Protecting Your Privacy Rights
Transparency International Australia (TIA) is strongly committed to protecting your privacy rights. Any information that is provided to our organisation is only used for the purposes for which you provided it. We do not release our contact lists containing personal information.
Our Commitment to Data Security
Transparency International Australia will take all reasonable steps to ensure that information we collect, use or disclose is accurate, complete, up-to-date and stored in a secure environment. We cannot however, guarantee the security of any data you transmit to us over the internet. These activities are conducted at your own risk. Because of this risk we provide a range of options for information collection and contacting us – for example email, internet, mailing address and a telephone/fax. Transparency International Australia operates a current internet security system.
What Information Do We Collect?
Primarily we store information provided by individuals and organisations.
- contact information (name, address, phone, fax, e-mail)
- professional organisation details/affiliation with TIA
- statistical internet site information (anonymous)
Any personal information recorded is treated as confidential.
How We Use The Information?
We collect information in order to:
- process accounts and provide receipts;
- process training/conference details;
- disseminate TIA and member information;
- maintain accurate details of organisational history;
- keep members/associated organisations informed of our work; and
- keep accurate member records/details for directory listing.
All people or organisations for whom we have details recorded have the right to ask for a copy of these details at any time. People also have the right to update and/or alter their details at any time. Personal information collected will not be disclosed.
Should you have any issues in relation to Transparency International Australia and your privacy, you can raise this with our Privacy Officer who will address your concerns promptly and advise you of your rights.
Transparency International Australia website
This privacy statement applies to the site known as www.transparency.org.au
Website User Information Collected
The website is hosted by VentraIP. VentraIP may make a record of your visit and log the following information:
- The pages accessed.
- The type of browser used.
- Operating system.
Cookies may be used on the Transparency International Australia website for session management only. You may need to enable Session Cookies to use this website. (A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user’s computer tied to information about the user).
Links to Other Internet Sites
Our website does contain links to other sites. Other sites may also have links to our site. Please note that the Transparency International Australia cannot take responsibility for the content, privacy practices or business practices at these external sites.
Maintaining Your Information/Questions About Privacy
To access or change your details or for further information about the privacy statement:
- Email email@example.com marked ‘Attention Privacy Officer’
- Call 03 9877 0369
- Fax 03 9877 1628
- Mail Privacy Officer, Transparency International Australia, PO Box 2041 Blackburn South Victoria 3130.
You can also obtain further information from the Privacy Commissioner’s website (www.privacy.gov.au) or through direct contact.
To register an issue in relation to the way Transparency International Australia has dealt with your privacy please contact our Privacy Officer or the Privacy Commissioner in your State.