When Do We Collect Personal Information?
We only collect personal information when you enter that information to our site, for example when you sign up and register, when you sign up to our newsletter, when you participate in a survey or questionnaire, when you respond to marketing communication or when you make a purchase.
Do You Collect Information from Visitors?
No. We do not collect any personal information from people who visit our website, our blog or our app.
We Protect Your Information
There are many ways that we use to ensure that your personal information is protected when you visit our site. Our website is regularly scanned for vulnerabilities (holes in security) to maximise your safety and security.
We make use of regular Malware Scanning.
We never ask you to provide personal or financial information on our site. We never require information such as email addresses or credit card details. Because of this, we do not use an SSL certificate.
It allows us to offer better site tools and features. It helps us keep track of your preferences to keep your experience more personalised and relevant to you. We can also keep track of advertisements so they are more relevant to you.
We may also use third party cookies to help us keep track of data and information, but we will use only trusted services. If you want, you can choose to disable all cookies; however we recommended that you leave them enabled as disabling cookies will also disable all the great features and functions that are available with them. If you choose to disable them anyway, visit the Help section of your browser to learn how to do it.
Third Party Disclosure
Under no circumstances will we share, sell or otherwise transfer any of your personal information to any third party sources.
Third Party Links
You might see links to third party products or services advertised on our site. While they are there because we feel they are worthwhile, they do have totally independent privacy policies and we therefore take no responsibility or liability for the content or security of these linked sites. We do have an interest in protecting the integrity of our site, so we welcome any feedback you have about these linked sites.
We have not enabled Google AdSense on our site, but we may enable it in future.
To better understand Google’s advertising requirements, you can visit this page. These are in place to improve the user’s experience.
Fair Information Practices
Fair information practices are what form the basis of privacy law. Data protection is closely related to fair information practices and understanding the principles involved, how they work and how they are implemented makes it possible to ensure compliance with privacy laws that protect an individual’s personal information.
Should a data breach occur, we will act quickly. We will notify users through our in-site notifications within one business day.
We agree to uphold the individual redress principle which gives individuals the right to take legal action against data collectors and processors who do not keep to these laws. We accept that individuals can turn to courts or government agencies to investigate and/or prosecute data processors that do not comply with the laws.
California Online Privacy Protection Act
Under the CalOPPA we ensure that:
- Visitors can enter our site anonymously.
You are able to change your personal information at any time by sending us an email.
Do Not Track Signals and Our Site
We honour Do Not Track signals. When a Do Not Track browser mechanism has been activated we will not track, plant cookies or use advertising.
Third Party Behavioural Tracking and Our Site
We do not allow third party behavioural tracking.
Children Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
We take the privacy of children seriously and will not collect personal information from or market to children under age 13. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents control when it comes to the information of children under 13. We follow the consumer protection agency rules of how to protect the privacy and safety of children online.
We act in accordance with the CAN-SPAM Act. This Act states that individuals have a right to stop commercial communication and emails being sent to them and enforces penalties for companies that do not comply.
Because of this, if at any time you want to stop receiving our emails, you can unsubscribe by simply emailing us and we will make sure to remove you from all correspondence lists.