Web Site Privacy Policy

Website Privacy Policy



When individuals only browse the website, we do not collect their personal information.

Sometimes, we collect personal information that individuals choose to give us via online forms or by email, for example when individuals:

  • make a written (paper or email) enquiry to us.
  • send the us a written communication
  • send a request to speak to a compnay reprenstitive.

When an individual looks at our website, our internet service provider makes a record of the individual’s visit and logs (in server logs) the following information for statistical purposes:

  • the individual’s server address
  • the individual’s top level domain name (for example .com, .gov, .org, .au, etc)
  • the pages the individual accessed and documents downloaded
  • the previous site the individual visited and
  • the type of browser being used.

We do not identify users or their browsing activities except, in the event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the internet service provider's server logs.


Our website uses session cookies during a search query of the website and when an individual accesses the Privacy Events RSS feed and web-based calendar. Our internet service provider does not employ cookies on our website except in those circumstances. The website statistics for this site are generated from the server logs as outlined above.

When an individual closes their browser the session cookie set by our website is destroyed and no personal information is maintained which might identify an individual should they visit our website at a later date.

Use and disclosure

We only use personal information collected via our website for the purposes for which it was given to us.

We do not share personal information about individuals with other companies, organisations or any one else unless one of the following applies:

  • the individual has consented
  • the individual would reasonably expect, or has been told, that information of that kind is usually passed to those individuals, bodies or organisations
  • it is required or authorised by law
  • it will prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to somebody's life or health
  • the disclosure is reasonably necessary for the enforcement of the criminal law.

When an individual’s email address is received by us because they sent us a message, the email address will only be used or disclosed for the purpose for which they have provided it and it will not be added to a mailing list or used or disclosed for any other purpose without the individual’s consent.


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