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Privacy policy

Introduction

This website provides information and services for professionals, agencies and organisations (both governmental and non-governmental) that might be considering offering parenting support to families.

 

We are committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to this website. You should familiarise yourself with the following information regarding data collection on this website.

 

Your personal information is protected under relevant privacy legislation. Personal and sensitive information, such as your email, is only collected if you choose to provide it. Your personal information will not be used other than for the purpose that you provide it without your consent.

 

We will provide access to, and make corrections to, your personal information at your request, unless to do otherwise contravenes applicable legislation. Personal information will not be disclosed or used for purposes other than the stated uses, functions and activities unless the disclosure is required or authorised by law.

Collection of Information and its Use

As with most websites, non-identifying statistical information collected could include your server address, the top level domain name (such as .gov, .com, .edu), pages accessed or downloaded, search terms used, the date and time of site visits, your operating system (such as Windows) or browser system (such as Internet Explorer), and the site from which you entered the website or to which you exited.

 

Uses of personal information which is collected might include the provision of services, the development, maintenance and promotion of this website, evaluating the services provided to you, and conducting approved research. No information that personally identifies you is collected when you simply browse the site.

Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of data that we send to your computer when you browse the site (unless you set your browser to reject cookies). If you decide to come back and visit the site in the future, the data stored in the cookie can be retrieved by the website to notify us about specific preferences you indicated while browsing the first time. There are no personal details involved and a cookie can never be tracked back to you as an individual or to your computer.

 

In some cases our websites use browser cookies to maintain session and preference information, or provide other complex functionality. In some sites, cookies are used to capture IP addresses for statistical analysis. If you adjust your Internet browser to disable the use of cookies and other web technologies, some features of this website may be disabled (such as preferences selected during a previous visit).

Personal Information

Visitors to the website are not required to enter personally identifiable information to access data and services. As a convenience, however, an offer of assistance through the website might be made as an alternative to calling, writing or visiting a physical location. To receive assistance through the website a visitor might be required to provide, purely on a voluntary basis, personal information such as:

  • Name
  • Email Address
  • Mailing Address
  • Phone Number

This information is used solely for internal purposes and is never sold to outside agencies, we do not collect or use this information for commercial marketing.

Email Privacy

Please note that electronic mail is sent to our email system and might be subject to archiving and review by someone other than the intended recipient.

Links

Our website might contain links to external websites maintained by government, non-profit or private organisations. Links are provided as a convenience to our visitors and do not constitute an endorsement of content, viewpoint, policies, products or services of that website. Once you follow a link to a website that is not maintained by us you are subject to the terms and conditions of use for that website, including its privacy policy.

Contact

For enquiries please email the Privacy Officer: privacyofficer@triplep.net.