- the user’s server address
- the user’s operating system (for example Windows, Mac etc)
- the user’s top level domain name (for example .com, .gov, .au, .uk etc)
- the date and time of the visit to the site
- the pages accessed and the documents downloaded
- the type of browser used.
- No attempt will be made to identify users or their browsing activities except in the unlikely event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the Internet web server logs.
Collection of personal information
We seek email addresses for site feedback, business development, and press enquiries. Email addresses will not be forwarded to any third party without express permission. You will be given the option to receive emails; at each mailing you will also be given the option to unsubscribe.
Other personal information collected by us, for example through the use of an online form, will only:
- be collected by lawful and fair means
- be used for a lawful purpose
- be collected with your consent, and
- the purpose for collection should be clear and explicit.
Your personal information will not be released unless the law permits it or your permission is given. We provide a secure environment and a reliable system but you should be aware that there may be inherent risks associated with the transmission of information via the Internet. For those who do not wish to use the Internet, we provide alternative ways of obtaining and providing information.
We collect information about the source of our visitors, and the pages they visit within our site. This information helps us to improve our site, as we learn where visitors go and what they do.
We collect the visitor’s domain name, referral data (ie. the last address a user visited before this site), as well as browser and platform type (e.g., a Microsoft browser on a Macintosh platform). We also count, track, and aggregate the visitor’s activity into our analysis of general traffic flows at our sites, to identify most useful sections of the site.
IP addresses may be logged to track a user’s session. An IP address is the unique numerical identity of your computer. When we ‘log’ an IP address, it means that our Web site associates a visit or series of visits to that unique numerical identity. This information is not forwarded to any third party, nor stored within our system.