Information Collection and Use
Corporate Security Australia receives a variety of “personally identifiable information,” including names and mailing addresses (including street, city, state, and postcode) from users providing the information. We use this personally identifiable information as follows:
Corporate Security Australia uses your email address for the following purposes:
Information Sharing and Disclosure
Corporate Security Australia will not sell or rent your email address, name, mailing address, or other supplied information to anyone.
Corporate Security Australia will not share your email address, first or last name, mailing address, or other received information to anyone, except as stated below:
We may disclose personally identifiable information about you as legally required in order for us to respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal processes.
Questions or Suggestions
If you have questions or suggestions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
When your Web browser or email application requests a Web page from another computer on the Internet, it automatically gives that computer the address where the requested information should be sent. This is called your computer’s “IP address.” (IP stands for “Internet protocol.”).
Information Collection and Use Practices
Corporate Security Australia receives your IP address each time you view a Web page from the Website. Your IP address is not linked to your email address or any other personally identifiable information (unless you submit a form or a contact request on the Website).
Your IP address may be used for various purposes, including:
When a Web page on the Website is requested, that request (including the date and time) is logged on our servers with information including the IP address of the computer that requested the page.
We use log files for debugging and troubleshooting purposes. IP addresses and access times are not linked to your email address or any other personally identifiable information (unless you submit a form or a contact request on the Website).
A cookie is a small amount of data, which often includes a unique identifier that is sent to your browser from a website’s computers and then stored on your computer’s hard drive.
A cookie cannot obtain information from your hard drive, destroy files, or transmit viruses.
Each website can send its own cookie to your browser, if your browser’s preferences allow it.
To protect your privacy, your browser normally only permits a website to access cookies that it has previously sent to you, but not the cookies sent to you by other sites.
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Data Storage/User Information
In reviewing the information above, please keep in mind that Corporate Security Australiacannot and does not assume any responsibility for any actions or omissions of third parties, including other website users, including the manner in which they might use information received either from
Corporate Security Australia or independently.