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Dymocks respects your right to privacy under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and is required to comply with the Australian Privacy Principles in respect of the collection of personal information from individuals.
The sort of personal information we might collect from you includes your name, gender,
age, address, email address, third party services login (e.g. Facebook, Google+,
Microsoft or LinkedIn user names), telephone number, fax number, credit card
information, donation history and information about your areas of interest.
You have no obligation to provide personal information which you do not wish to
disclose. In some circumstances, however, the failure to disclose personal information
may mean that Dymocks is unable to provide you with goods or services that require
the collection of that information.
Dymocks will take reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information it collects,
uses or discloses is accurate, complete and up-to-date. You may request access to the
personal information we hold about you by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you believe that the personal information we hold about you is incomplete or
inaccurate, then you may ask us to amend it. If you have any questions about our policy,
or any complaint regarding treatment of your privacy by us, please contact us at
used to complete donations on our site. A 'cookie' is a small file which contains a piece
of text identifying your browser to our site. It is quite common for online shopping sites
to send such a 'cookie', and its purpose is to tell us that a previous visitor to
www.dymockschildrenscharities.org.au has returned.
We only collect personal information from our supporters that is necessary for our work
and helps us engage with you. We use your information to manage your support,
process your donation and respond to your comments and questions. We may also use
your information for research purposes and to keep you up to date with our initiatives
that we think may interest you. Dymocks may also use your personal information and
aggregate it with information from other supporters in order to provide you with better
service such as by advising you of new initiatives or information which may be of
interest to you. You have the right to tell us that you do not want us to send information
to you other than for the main purpose for which we have collected your personal
Dymocks does not generally disclose personal information to third parties. In some
circumstances personal information may be disclosed to third parties who perform
services on behalf of Dymocks for the purpose of managing your support, processing
donations and responding to your comments and questions. Dymocks requires third
parties who receive your personal information to comply with Australian Privacy laws.
Dymocks does not sell or rent any personal information.
The personal information obtained by Dymocks is stored electronically on servers
either controlled by Dymocks or by its contracted third parties who are also bound to
comply with the Australian Privacy Principles.
Dymocks takes measures to ensure your personal information is protected from
unauthorised access, loss, misuse, disclosure or alteration. We also take measures to
destroy or permanently de-identify personal information when it is no longer required.
The types of measures we take vary with the type of information, and how it is collected
Most personal information held by Dymocks is held on computer systems located
within the Commonwealth of Australia. From time to time information may be stored
on servers which are located overseas. When this occurs, Dymocks ensures that the
third party web storage provider will not use the information and that they are bound to
comply with the Australian Privacy Principles or more stringent standards. The
countries in which such servers are located are typically either Singapore or the United
States of America.
from the policies from other sites that you may link to from this site. We recommend
More information about privacy law and privacy principles is available from the
Privacy Commissioner. The Privacy Commissioner may be contacted at
www.oaic.gov.au (email – email@example.com) (Australia)